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Full text of "Ancestry of Mrs. Augusta Ann Norton Hall traced back, on all lines, from George Norton"

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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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Halt^— At her home in Cliieago, M!« Kast End avenue, 
Saturday. June S. I'AIT, Augusta Norton Hall, wife of 
Lemuel Kn}f«les Hall, for many yjars an el.ler In the 
Third Presbyterian church of that city. She was born at 
Sharon. Ill , July '-'J. ISJO, being the dautrhter of Sallie Ann 
and Nathaniel Xorton. Her father was one uf the ruling 
elders in t)': formation of the Third church, and her 
parents wore anions the orivinal members, it being 
through the influence of jlr Norton that the Old Sharon 
church was erected, one of the llrsl houses of worship In 




that part of the, state. The family moved to Chicago in 
1S47 and bfcaicie identided wiih the interests of the Third 
church, which was organized that jt-ar. In May, iS7y. she 
was married to Lemuel Ku^-'gles Hall, up to that time a 
merchant in Houston, Minn , but wto then transferred 
his busini'ss interests to Cliicatro. where he has since re- 
sided, and where he is well known in West Side and South 
Side circles. Mrs. H-all wa? a woman of unusual artistic 
ard executive ability, who added to these a rare demotion 
to church and philanthropic work. Kor forty-nine years 
her membership stood in the Third church, and in the- 
early and most glorious days of tlie W. C. T. I'., she was 
one of Miss Willard's devoted helpers. Her excellent 
ability made itself prominent in management of the Mary 
Thompson Hospital, of which shi- was a director, and she 
was also fur many >ears an active member of the Chicatjo 
Woman's (.'lub, the Arche. Crytolite. Travel, West Knd 
and t)thcr i-lubs, and al^o of the Di'.UKhters of the Kevo- 
Intion. To the Sunday-school and mis.sionary oiganlza 
lions of the church she gave unwearied servict?. and 
was recoeni/.ea as a It^ader in those lines of spiritual 
work. The Woman's Board of Missions for the >i'oith- 
west foapil in her a valued helper, and sh*- occupied a 
prominent placi- in the councils of its e^cecuilve com- 
mittee. She was not as deuioustrativo as soni>,' in profes- 
sions of frif-ndship or allt-ction, but was loyal to those she 
loved; by nature afTectiooate and with a sincerity that 
gave special value to all her words and deeds. Above ail 
she was a must tender and devoted wife, whose m^.'niory is 
a sweet s<dace to.i siirrowin^' husband and to the cliildr'^n 
of the houst-hoid Brief ruoeral sfTvices were hel 1 ;i.t the 
borne and aittrward.-, at the Third chiircn, where the pas- 
tor. Hi V. W. J. Mct'dUKhan, 3pt>lce with tender apprecia- 
tion of her l.jviy characn^r and her useful life. The 
barial was at Kose Uill Cemetery. ' 



Compiled 

HERBERT C. ANDREWS 
Heraldist and Genealogist 

419 Blanchard Building 
Los Angeles, California. 



i.'em'ber 
Ner; ^:nr-land Historic -Genealogical Society, 
Old Northwest Genealogical Society, 
Society of Colonial V.'ars , 
etc. 



1904. 



M K T N !,! T T : 



Be confident v;hile dolnc rip:ht 



PREFACE . 



The follov/ing pedi screes hc'ivc "been prepared 
for Iv'rSe Lenv^el Rurgles Kail frcir, v/orkc in the 
Nev/berry ar.cl Public Libraries, Chica[^o. Only 
her direct ancestors^ have been included, no at- 
tention beinr paid to collateral lines. Her line 
has been traced bach on the Ilorton family to the 
emigrant, George Morton, and bach of him on all 
the lines found. So this volume contains a re- 
cord of all of :.'rs. hall's ancestors back of 
George Ilorton. ' " - . 

The families are arranred alphabetically for 
greater convenience in reference , Then vie go 
back further than the tine vmen surnames were 
used the family is deslf;nated. by the estate 
o\7ned, or the country or province ruled over. 
Thus, under h'ngland, France, Tcctland, etc. will 



PREFACE . 

oe found the' nonarchs of these countries, while 
under '.''ellent will be found the Count of '•iellent. 
Many of the companions of the Concueror, 106C 
A, D. wei'G ov;ners of estates in Morrnandy fron 
which they tool: their suirnanies, as "de BelloTiont", 
"de Warren", "de Toney" , etc. vrnere these sur- 
names were brought over into the new cour.ti'y 
they have been presei-ved in this record. But 
when no surnamrj is found v/e have used tlje word 
"of^ in place of "do". Kence Cerberga, a Prin- 
cess of _. Saxony, would appear as GI:KEEP.GA of 
Saxony . -^ 

Each pedigree is headed by the naiTiO c-p the 
family (or country), and at the end is given 
the surnarie under v/hich to look to find the 
continuation of the pedigree, which is finally 



PREFACE . 

brouc-t Govm to ''rs. Kail through the fa-^,ily of 
Norton. To "bring each faTiily c^oivn to rrs . Hall 
v/oulci ir.al-e the work too larre . After a little 
study the system of arran^^er.ent will easily "be 
mastered ♦ 

The authenticity of pediri-rees depends in 
the m:ain \)pon contemporary evidence. Historians 
do not in tlie m.ain accept pedirrees before 400 
or oOO A. T., £'o in France v;e may hegin with 
Pharam.ond, in England with Cerdic, and in th(^ 
Northern Countries with a pei-iod even later. 
Pedigrees "before this date cannot "b^e proven to- 
day from original records. But these pedigrees 
existed and v;ei'e quoted "by tlie ancient chroni- 
clers. Often they are curious and interesting. 
The "bards who san^-:^ of heroes wc\ild recount their 



PREFACE. 

ancestrj^ for many rGneraticns tio-cV. , as such 
reccrdG we're liirhl;; entoeried in ancient days. 
Often as r.rny as eir;hty generations would, 
"be given v/lth readiness. This accounts for 
the existence of such lineages. ^e may call 
then traditional, and not consider that they 
reflect upon the histoi'ical accuracy of the 
rest of the :'.£., as each one of these semi- 
histcrical or legendary pedigrees are well 
supTJorted "by the old chi-c'nlcles of I\ngland, 
Ireland, Scotland, France and Gerrr.any. 

It is hoped that the readers of this, 
booh nay find as r.uch of interest in its 
perusal, ps the conpiler has discovered in 
its pre p ar c t i on . 



Lombards, Ills , 



A B I T T-^ 



UBGC DE AEITOT, Constable = 
of the Castle of Worcester 
and heroditary Sheriff of 
V/orcestershire : "brother of 
Ro"bert 
arc! to 
or . 



le Despencer, stev;- 
'.Villiam the Conquer- 



Y/ALTER DE BI^'AUCIIAIIP 
Lord of Elrnley . 



.ADELIZA 



daughter 



1 

DE ABITOT 
and heiress. 



See BEAUCHAI.IP. 



A N J U . 



TORTIjLP, Forester of r!id~cie-!'.erlc 



V7as of Fennes in 


Brittany, andy 


according to the 


chronicle, v-as a 


sinple i}eaEant, I 


living on hunting: 


and on tlic Tjroduc 


•ts of forest life; 


CharlcG the Bald 


naned hir. forest- 


er of the forest 


cf 'lid-de-^Ierle 


(Thrush's Hest). 
f ■ 





TOHTULF, Seneschal of Anion = 
took service with. Charles 
th:e Bald, and for his valor- 
ous deeds arainst the Nor- 
TTians v/as rewarded v/ith some 
lands in the Gatinais, and 
the hand of the huke of Bur- 
gundy * s d aug I : t e r . 

J — 

INGr:LG"R, 1st Count of An-^ou 

r-^ : 1 

FULK THE FED, fnd Coun^; of Anjou 



FULK THiC GOOD, 3rd Count of Anjou 



I ' 

GEOFI^TiEY CREY"GGV-T:, 4th Count of Anjou 

WILLI/J.: TAILLFER, Count of Toulouse = 






;ee TAILLEFER. 



A p. L L I N A- R I S . 



•••••• 



held a high official position 



J 



APOLLIIIAPIS, Praefect.us Praetorio of Gaul 
under the rival Emperor Constantino, 408; 
v/ac the first of the far.iljr wi!0 "becar.e 
a Christian. 



•««..•, Praefectus Praetorio of Aquitania = 
v/as a Trihune, and also a Notary or Secre- 
tary under Honorius, thus coTTihining a mil- 
itary vzith a civil office; became Prae- 
fectus Pxaetcrio of Aquitaria, 499, under 
Emperor Valentinian III. 



I 

CAius soLLius sihcriiur apolliii/j^is^ 

Bishop of Clernont, Prefect of Pone 
Senator and Count; Poet; horn at 
Lugdunuir., nov/ Lyons, Italj^, Nov, 5, 
431-2; accompanied his father-in- 
lav/. Emperor Avitus, to Rome; ar.- 
bassador from the Ai''verni , 467; 
wrote several panep:yrics: honored 
v;ith several statues; Bishop of 
Cle^.rnont, 472; died 482;- a priest 
and author of distinction. 



-PAPIAHILLA 
of Pome 



ANSBERT, Lord on the Lloselle 



•BLITIL of Pranks 



See FRMICE. 



ASLECTON, 



V;1LLIA:v1 ArLKCTOII of Aslocton 

1 

FLV;Ar;D CPA:;::EH cf Aslector-r: ir;3KL ArLI^CTON 



See CRANMER. 



A U S T R A S I A 



C/iKLOMA!;, Ma 3 or Domus = 

n ' 

PEPIM t:;Z CLL, of Landen 
Austraslan Mayor ot the 
Palace, e?4-G59; "born 
585; died eZ9 ; !'.ayor 
under Lagobert I • , King 
of the Fi-anlx ; lord, of 
extensive landG "betvreen 
Hai?iault iinc. the r.euse; 



hi 



■Pnr- 



ly came frcn 



the Netherlands . 



ITLA of Aquitaine 
horn 591: died P51. 



AKCKISl'lS, I.'ayor of the Palace 
I.'i ar q u i s no ar the S c he 1 d t ; 
born 605; died C-79. 



.BrX;GA of Anstrasia 



r.r- 



ee FRAI^ICE. 



AVE R.A N C II 



REGENV/ALD, Earl of ^'ar and the Orcades=-~ 
(See NornancIyO 



,-p P< 



. , » . , son oi KererAvaic 

"by a favorite slave v:hon he 
had married "more Eanico" . 



HOLE TURSTAIN, companion = 
of his uncle Rol'lo into 
liormandy; ancestor of the 
Lord.s of Eriquehec, of 
Bee -Crispin, of Montfort- 
sur-Risle and others v/ho 
figure as cor;'panions of 
WilliaiT: the Conov.cror . 



GERLOTTE DE BLOIS 



I 

ANSFRII) THE DANE, 1st Viscount 
of the Hiemols: third son. 



r 



ANSFRID G02, Viscov.nt of the Fiienois 



1 — 

THURSTAN GOZ, Viscount = 
of the Kiemcis: rreat 
favorite of Robert, Luhe 
of Mornandy, fati^er of 
the Conqueror: accorip- 
anied him to the Holy 
Land: hrourht "back the 
holy relics: revolted 
ar-; a i n s t '.Vi Hi ar , 1041; 
exiled and lost his 
estates • 



J 



.JUDITH DE MONTANOLIER 



A V E H A N C K E 



I 

RICHAT.D GOZ, Viscorint cf the HieT^iois 
and of the Avranchin; ohtained the 
restoration of his father's estates 
to V7hich he succeec'^ed . 



.WAPGARET 
of Nor- 
mandy . 



RANULPH BE MESCKIin^-^S 
Viscount Eayeux. 



I 

I^iAUr 3)E A\^RANCHE 



See MESCHINES. 



B A 



RM.PH BASSET, Baron of ^//elden in Ilorthampton- 
shire, had larrce possession in several of the 
midland counties; a Morir.an hy "birth; witness 
to Y.lnp; Kenry^3 Charter to vreiftrrdnstor Athey 
1121-1 iP,2; in 1124 he presided over a court' 
of Barons held at Kuncote in Leicesterr^rire 
for the trial of offenders which caused no 
less than 44 meyi convicted of rohhery to "be 
hanced; hy the roll of 31 Kenry I*, it ap- 
pears ti"'at he had been justiciary of the 
forests in the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk 
and Surrey, and Justice Itinerant of cux 
counties: his death took pla.ce at Northamp- 
ton, where falling sick he called for a 
monk's haoit of the order of these of Abirg- 
don; and after disposinr; of his estate and ' 
sendln.-; no small sum to th?t ahhey, with a 
grant of four hides of land in Chedelsworth, 
he died and 
Chapter house there . 



ivuo ho^oi^ably buried in thie 



r 



• • • « « 



P, ,\ CCTv'T^ 



GILBERT BASSET 



BASSET 



THOMAS BArsr.T, Lord of == 
Kodendon and Botendon, 
Oxfordshire; Sheriff of 
Oxfordshire 10 iiei-ry 
II •; one of the Justic- 
es Itinerant for the 
Counties of Essex end 
Hertford, 14 Hienry II.: 
Ear on of the Ouria Regis 
from 1175: Justice Itin- 
erant for 16 counties: 
one of those selected "by 
the Great Council held 
at Windsor in 117 9 when 
the kingdom v/as divided 
into four parts for the 
p ' ' 1 1 e V ad 'T' i n i s tr a t i o n of 
ji/tstice: died before llGl 

r 



.ALICE DE DUESTANVILLE 
a descandant of Alan 
d e Dun s t an v i 1 3. e , Lord 
of Tehidy, as early 
as 1100. 



Il^Ai: BASSET, third son - -^ ILICE DE C-KAY 



in tiiG i-eif^n of Diehard 
!• vas granted the man- 
ors of 'Joking and I'apel- 
r.'uiev/ell, and in the 
roirn of John those of 
■JycuTih and Berewick; a 
personal favcrtte of 
Kinc John, who~ he ac- 
conpanied to Ireland in 
IS John, attended him at 
Dunnymedc , and was naned 
in tk.e ;:arna Chart a as 
one of the Einp-'s liege- 
ir.en: Justiciar'at V;est- 
-"instcr, 2 Henry III.;. 
Sheriff of Rutland: 
died ahout Cctoher, 123S 



BASSET 



\ 

PHILIP BASSET, Lord of \Vy cum"b. ===. HAWI SE GRAY 

I ' 

MUCH LE LESPEKCER .- /iLIVA BASSET 

Baron le spencer; 
Justiciary of Eng- 
land; surriiricneci to 
ParliaD.ent; slain 
under the baronial 
"banner at the "bat- -- 

tie of Evesham. 



See DESPENCEH. 



BAVARIA. 



EGA,, ]' ay or of the Palace 
to Kinr, r.-arobert I.: 



=GEnEI-:PCA of Pi'anconia 



EKCHA!.'B/a.D, :-!ayor of the Palace 
to Clovis II., Guccoeded hlG 
father; died 661. 



ETHICUS, Inke of Alcatia = 



ADELEERT, Duke of Alcatia 
si;cceeded has father in 
7^:0; Gied in 7<1. 



EEEREAHD, IXihe of Alsath 



I^AEB;J^T, Lord of Altorf = 
Tvucceeded on the death of 
V'arirus, his "brother, to 
the lords;Eip of Altcrf , 
or V/einr.arten . 



r 



;ER''ENTRUDE of Sv/ahia 
? If; tor of Hilde^-;,arde 
the wife of Charle- 
rafrne , 



GUELPK I,, Duhe of Eavaria ===HEDV:iGA of Sayony 

died 823; conter.porary and 

fr i e nd of C h ar 1 e na r ne ' who 

created him Eijke of Eava- 

ria; founder of the house 

of Altcrf. 



LOUIS TEE PICUC, Emperor of tlie VJest 



JUDITH of 
Eavaria 



:ee FRA.NCE. 



B A Y E U X-^ 



ByPEMGT^n, Count of Bayeux r=: 
KOLLO, Ir.X. I-iiliG of iTorr^andy 



POFPA DE SEHTES 



See NOR^:ANDY. 



B E A U C H A M P . 



IIJOH ]j3 bt^aucha:,!?. 
came to England 
wj th ".Villi am the 
Goncroeror, 1066. 



WALTF.R DE BEAUCIlAVip. 
Loi-'d of Elnley 
Castle, Gloucester- 
shire . 



i I 

WILLIA::! DE BEAUCHAMP. 

Sheriff of V/arv/ic>~ 
shire, Gloucester- 
8ldre and Here ford- 
shire, 1167-70. 



I 

V;iI.LIAV DE BEAUCEA^.:?. 

died before 1211-12. 



I 

y; ALTER DE BE AU C HA' IP- 
fourth t arainst Ivinr 
John; made peace 
with Henry III . ; 
died in 1235. 



EMELiriE DE AEITOT 



I.IAUD DE BRAOGE 



• JOANE V/ALERIS 



iBERTHA ERAOSE 



\ 

V/ALCHELINE DE BEAUCHA:.:P. 
died in 1235. 



I 

V/ILLIAV DE 3EAUCHA'-1P== 
Lord of Elmley, at- 
tended King Henry III.^ 
1252-3, into Gascony . 



-JOANE ECKTIEER 



iIS/JBSL MAUDUIT 



B E A U C H A M P -• 



V;iLLIA].i DE BEAUCHAMP = 
Earl of v:arwick; 
Captain in V.'elsh and 
Scottish v:ars of E.ing 
Edward I.: died 129.8. 

HUGH LE DESPENCER : — — 



MAUD FITZ-JOHN 



1 

.ISABEL DE EEAUCHAMP 



See DESPENCER, 



E E A U !,! N T ^ 



IVO, Count of Beaumoni~sur-l'Oise;=rr:= JUDITH 
Lord of ^Varv;ick. 

I 

HUGH GHANTEMAIGIIEL ==:.--= ABELIZ A DE EEAU?!ONT 



See GRAlITEi.^AI SNEL . 



BELLANSTED- 



VI TELL AH, Lcrcl of Eellanstcd 



1 



THEOEOTAN, Luke of Sler.7/ick. . GUNDELLA of 
and Storrnai-ce in the tcr:in~ Eellansted. 
ning of the eighth century. 



See NORl.'-AITDYi 



B E L L M II T*^. 



BERNiVRD = 
kins-nian 

of Eollo • 



SPIffiETA BE BUKCUNDIA 



TURLOF. 



TUROLPHE=: 
Lord of 
Pontaude- 

mar . 



EMERBEEGA DE ERIGENEURG 
:V;OEVIA 



IIUV.PHREY DE VETULIS 



ROGER DE BELLOMOrrr = 
Earl of V/'ar-iYick; 
"the noisiest, the 
wealthiest, the 
most valiant of 
Korniandy; a trusted 
friend of the Lan- 
ish fanilv^ 



I 

ROBERT LE BELLOEOET^ 
Earl of Eel lent arxl 
Leicester; v/ithEVil- 
liarn. the Conqueror, 
1066; died Jun. 5, 
1118. 



=ALEREEA DE LA HAYE AUBERI] 
ADEEIITA DE EELLEHT 



1 

ROBERT DE BOSSU= 
2nd Earl of Lei- 
cester; Justice 
of England; died 
in 1167. 



■ ISi^BEL.DE VEk''ANLOIS 



a::icia de eaer 



BELLOMONT-r 



ROBERT DE blanch:.'aii:es 

3rd Earl of Leicester: 
appoint eel to carry ore 
of the Gv/crds of state 
at the coronation of 
Richard I. 



SAIER DE QUINCYrrr 
Earl of IVinchec- 
ter; Marna Charta 
Baron; died 12 IP, 



•PATPOIIIL RE CKENTESi^AIS-NEL 



1 



MARGARET DE EELLOIICIIT 



See QUINCY. 



BERNICIA. 



OSWULF 



r 



WALTHEOF, Earl of Northuraberland 



UHTRIlD, Earl of Nor thuniber land' 



EALDRED, Earl: cf Eernicia 



L 



;iWAJ^D, Earl of Northuraberlane 



....... daughter 

of Bishop Ealdhun 



1 

iVETHELFLAEL of 
Eernicia . 



See DEmiARK. 



B I G D . 



ROCEH BIGOD = 
in the Con- 
queror's tiiTlS 
he h£x?. six 
lordGiiips in 
EscGx, one 
hundred and 
seventeen in 
Suffolj:, he- 
sides several 
in Norfolk; 
he v/as in ar^js 
against 'Vil- 
iiara Ihufus andi 
fortified the 
castle of ilor 
v/ich, hut on 
the accession 
of tienry ob- 
tained Fran- 
linr.han in 
Suffolk as a 
gift froT: the 
c z' o wn : f o und e d 
the Abhey of 
V.lietford" 1103 
buried there. 



= Ar^ELIZA LE GPANTE 



■nKL 



B I G D . 



I 

HUGH EIGOD, Earl of Porfol]^ 





\7D.V 


d of 


the 


T'|-N 


us eh 


old to 


i^in 


.'5 ■■ " 


enry 


I . : 


on 


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the 


'."6 a 


1 tii 


ioot 


and 


r.o 


ct p 


ov/er - 


r::l 


no 


blec 


in E 


nr 


1 and 


: on 




ac 


cessi 


on 


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Steph- 


en 


was 


rr^ade 




1 


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orfolk; 


ret) 


ell 


ill 2' el 


rain 


^4- 


the 


King 


and 


lo 


sin-': 


some 





f hi 


s 


str 


cng 


est^ 


astl 


OG 




v;cnt 


to 


the 


Holy 


Ha"*^ 


d 


v/riei- 


r> }">c^ 


die 


d 1 


177. 











= JULIANNA DS VERE 



ROGER BIGGD, r^nd Earl of Norfolk = 
constituted Earl "by F.ichard I., 
and had the - confiscated domains 
of his father restored to hini: 
aTn"ba£sador to Philip of France; 
assisted at the second coronation 
of Rihh.ard after his return from 
Palestine; one of the harons who 
rebelled against King John and 
extorted from him the Great Char- 
ter, and one of the tvventy-five 
to whom was entrusted its enforce- 
ment; died 1C2 0. 



•ISABEL PLAITTAGENET 



B I G D if 



HUGH BZGCL, ZrC. Earl of Morfoll' = 
elected one of trro Sureties of 
the ■■:af'!;na Charta: enjoyed his 
father's estates and honors, to 
t;hich he succeeded in 5 Iienry 
III., 1^20-21; died 9 Henry III., 
1224-5. 



I 

SIR RALPH BIGOD 



MAUD I.!;lRSHAL 



L 



JOHN FITZ-G£FFr:Ry. 
Chief Justice of 
Ireland . 



■EEKTA DE FURNIV/iL 



■ ISABEL BIGOD 



See FITZ-JOHM. 



BILLING . 



BILLING of Stucl'.eGhorn 



r 



HERMATT EILLI!TG=: 
Duke of Saxony ■ 
died 973; v/ac a 
brave v.^arrior, 
and of f^reat 
service to the 
Emperor Otho I,, 
who "bestowed his 
own duchy of 
Saxony upon Her- 
man in 060, it 
"beinc contrary 
to the principle 
of' the empire 
that the emperor 
should reisin a 
fief. 



HILLEG/iRDE of Y/esthurg 



B/lLDWIN III., <th Count of Fla>-ders 



1 

il'ACHIAL of 
Saxony . 



See PLAMDERS. 



B L I S -^ 



THIBAUT, Count of Blois and Chartre; 



ROLF TURSTAIN GEKLOTTE LE BLOIS 



See AVERANCIIE. 



BOURBOURG-T 



HENRY, Castsllan of Bourbour^-, j= 



J 



ALBLKIC LE V"REr= BEATRICE of Bourbourg 
Lord of Kecling- 
ham, in Zss-^x; 
died 1088. 



See VERE. 



B R A S E 'f 



WILLIAM, LORL BIIAOGE of Gower 



V7ILLIA:,* DIC BEAUCHA].!? 
of rainlGy, Co. Glou- 
cester; iivin;x lie?. 



I — 

MAUD ERAO^^E 



See BEAUCHAMP. 



B H A S E^/ 



WILLI AI.', LORD BRAOSE 

L_ -J 

WALTER DE EEAUCHA].'P===^EERT}?A ERAOSE 



See BEAUCHiilAP. 



B R A S E 



V/lLLIiL." LE EKACrK = 
of Eranter, I.ord 
of Atergcvenny and 
Erecl:!-:ock 



RCEERT r-E FEkEEHS = 
4th Earl of Lerl)y : 
rebolled against 
Henry II., tal-ing 
the c:! ty of Not- 
tingham, 19 Henry 
IT. 



SIBILLA DE EKAOSE 



See FERRERS. 



BRITTANY^ 



CCNAN of /a-ncrjca, Duke of Erittany, 



I 

RICII/iHD II., THE GOOD -.JUDITH of Erlttany 

4th Duke of Nornandy . 



See NORi.'.^HDY^ 



B U R G • 



CHAJ'^LEUAGInT^ , E^peroi' of the West 
(Pee Pi^ance') 



I 

CHARLES, I)ul-:e of Inf:elhoim 

fifth son of Cliarlen af^ne . 



,HILrT<":GAJ<DK 
of Pwa'bia. 



JOHN DE BUF:GO, Earl of Co!P.yn = 
and Baron of Tonsburr: in Nor- 
mandy, 7;as fourth in T?.ale 
descent f*roni Charles, ]>ake of 
Ingelheim: Genoi-al of the 
King's forces and governor of 
his chief tov,TLS, and thus ob- 
tained the surname "de Burgh" 
and took his motto "Ung roy , 
ung foy, ung ley" from that of 
Caen, a chief tov/n in his jur- 
isdiction. 



I 

limhAVEU DE BUF.GO, Lord of ConteYille = 

one of the courtiers of Robert the 

l^agnif icent , Luke of Normandy; after 

the birth of William the Conqueror he 

married his mother. 

J 

L/JaBERT, Earl of Lens == MAUD DE BLT^GO 



AJ:LETA of 
Croy, mo- 
ther of 
\?illiam the 
Conqueror . 



See LENS 



BURGUNDY 



ROTHESI'-T^S 



ATHAN/\KIC, Judge 
was hostile to th 



of a tribe of Visigoths 

Christians . 



I ' 

GUNDIC/J., lEt King of Burgundy: 
v/ac the leader of the Eurf^und- 
ians who seem to have "been a 
people of Gernan race, vho are 
first found settlo'd between 
the Oder and the Vistula; at 
an early period they came into 
conflict with the Allemanni, 
whom they defeated ; and in the 
beginning of the fifth century 
they crossed into Horn an Gaul 
under their leader, the above, 
Gun'dicar. The RoT.ans not only 
permitted them to settle \ifi th- 
in the limits of the er;pire, 
but caused the inhabitants of 
the district to yield up to 
them, one half of their houses, 
two thirds of their cultivated 
land, and a th-ird of their 
slaves; the new combers thus 
founded, in the country be- 
tween the Aar and the Rhone, 
what is usually known as. the 
first "kingdom, of Burgundy; 
Gundicar or Gund acinar was 
converted to Christianity in 
430; he was succeeded in 456 
by his son Cunderic, 



V 



B U R G U IT D Y 



GUNDSRIC, 2ncl King of Burgundy 
succeeded 436; eUilargod his 
dominion which the victories 
of Aetiuc i\nd the Kuns -had left 
to the Burgundians; in 443, 
Sahaudia, nearly coincident 
with the riOcern Savoy, v;as 
given up to hin and his people; 
in 455 when Avitus in Gaul 
usurped the throne of the west, 
Gunderic and his brother Chil- 
peric, with the greater part 
of Gaul, declared for him and 
joined the force of Theodoric, 
the Visigoth, which at his de- 
sire iT.arched into Spain to quell 
the Suevi ; in the confusion of 
these events the Eui-gundians 
seem to have foi^nd an opport- 
unity for extending their ter- 
ritory in Gaul; he died in 470, 



of Suevi a 
sj.ster of Ricimer, 
the patrician, v;ho 
was a grandchild, 
on the mother's 
side of Wallia,- 
King of the Visi- 
ooths . 



CHILPKRIC, 3rd King of Burgundy, was one of = 
four sons to whom Gunderic left his domin- 
ions; he had his headquarters at Geneva; was 
murdered "by his brother Gundobald, and his 
v/ife drovmed. 

I 



CLOVIS I.= 
King of 
Fr-anks ; 
converted 
to Christ- 
ianity by 
his wife. 



SATirr CLOTILDA of Eu.rgundy; 
phan; bi-ought up a Catholic 



left an or- 

founded ssv- 
at Tours in 
her husband 



eral religious houses: died 
545; bui'ied at Paris beside 
in the Church of the Apostles, after- 
wards Saint Genevieve's. 



See FRAIICE. 



c 'a U V I L J. 



GERi'J^D LE CA',;VILLE = 
of Lilfcurne Castle, 
NorthaTrx->tonshire . 



KICHAPD UK CA--VILLE = 
founder of Con'be 
Atbey , V'arvri c Vsliire : 
Admiral tc King 
Ric::ard I . 



RICHAI^D I;E CA!.;VILLE 



L 



:!nLLlCE!;T 



SIR ROBERT DE- HAR COURT, KT.: 
Sheriff of WarwicEchire and 
Leicestershire, 1199-1202: 
died 1202. 






See HARCCURT. 



CLARE 



/ 



RiCHARi; I., th:: fi^apless 

I>jke of Ilormandy: died 
986 c (Sgo rlormand-t-^) 



CUNIIORA 



GEOFFREY, Co^mt of Eu and Brion 

I 

GILBERT CRirPIM, Earl of Brion = 
and Count of Eu; the fo r!?.3r ~ 
title in right of his wife. 



J 



, sister and. 

heiress of the 
Earl of Brion. 



RICHiJiJ FITE-GILBERT- 
Ist Earl of Clare; 
accompanied V/illian- 
the Conqueror into 
Eng 1 a nd , and p ar tic- 
ipated in the spoils 
of the Conquest; oh— 
tciined extensive pos- 
sessions in the old 
and nev/ dioininions of 
his royal leader and 
kinsman; called Ri- 
cardus de Eenefacta 
and Ricardus de Tone- 
oruge ; Ju s t i c i ai^y o f 
England; fell in a 
shirmish against the 
V/elsh 1090* 



rROHESIA GIFF/J^D 



6<Jo. ct' v^ioi'er u 



i{U^. 



CLARE 



GILEEHT DE TO:JEBrJUGE = 
,2nd Earl of ClarQ, 
1113; oldest son: guc- 
ceedod his father; 
relDelled against V'il- 
11 an Pvufus and lost 
his castle of Tone- 
bi^uge ; died shortly 
after?; ti r d s ; a '^lUn i - 
ficent henef actor 
of the church . 



=;:DELIZA LE CLER'.:OIIT 



BIL3ERT DE CLAHE, Earl of Penioroke = 
second son: given hy Henry I. all 
the lands he should vzln in 'Vales, 
marched a larr:e force there and 
brought the whole country into 
suhjection; 



;reated hv 



^+p->h 



en Earl of Penihroke ; died il49« 



:ISAEELLA Dli 
T3ELL0E0NT 



RICHAI^D DE CLAIRE, STHOEGBO'V^ 
2nd Earl of PeirrDrolie; eldest 
son; subjugated Ireland; v/ith 
his vz-ife he had in dowe:' a 
great part of the rea.lr. ; nade 
Justice of Ireland by I'inc: 
Kenry II., and died 1176; ^bu- 
ried in th.e Chapter Mouse at 
Bioticester . 



:ac-.!OKEOUGH 



CLARE 



Wir.LIA^,' :;ARCHAI. ^=^:=ISAEEL DE CLA3<E, only child, 

v;as in ward to King ^"^enry for 
fourteen vear^^ : her husband 



was barl ol 
right. 



;r.bro]:e in her 



See M/J^.SHAL, 



C L A R E -r 



CILB:^HT D^ TOIIEEPUGl 
2nd Karl of CI are, 
111C5. (See Clare') 



ALEEHIC DE VERE. 
Lord Hirji Clia-i- 
"berlain of Eno'- 



land; slain 1140. 



:=ADELIEA LE CLER^IONT 



.AI;EL1ZA By. CLARE 



::ce VERE. 



C L E R M N T ^ 



HUGH, 1st Count of Clcr^Tiont =±=:^/J^Gi\P.ET LE ROUCI 

I J 

GILBERT DE TOIIEBRUGE ADELT Z A DS CLERMONT 

2nd Earl of Clare . 



See CL/J^eI 



CONSTANTINOPLE 



BASIL I., THE !.1ACEDCNIA!I = 
EmD3ror of the East; dOG- 



'om the 



jC.L C) C- 



w T CI0 



cenaea 

rulers of Parthia, through 
a younger "branch wrdch 
continued to reign in Ar- 
menia: tv;o of these, /a-ta- 
"banus and Chi i ones, es- 
caped or retired to the 
court of Loo I., ".'here they 
maintainad the dignity of 
their "bii'th, as did their 
descendants for several 
reneratior.s; "but Basil's 
father 7;as reduced to a 
small far::i v/hich he cult- 
ivated with his ov/n hands: 
his wife, however, Basil's 
mother, was a widow of A- 
dr i an o p 1 e , 'vho t ":• a c: e d h. e r 
lineage t:> Constantino the 
Great: Basil was also des- 



-^UDCCIA II'IGERINA 



cenaea iroi 



;Mexander f 



Great; he car.e to the 
throne in 867, having ;Tar- 
derod hichael 511,; he had 
"been h nought up a slave in 
a foreign country.-; return- 
ing he rose to the office 
of Chief Cha^.Derlain to 
the king he slew: he de- 
feated th.e Russians, "o- 
hamnedans and /irahs : lie 

o ■r)'r''^;i fi n '"'■'^ 1 ■^ "* '. '"•"'-'. T ■*■ jr • -• n ■''' 

O ■-/ ^ '^ C4. VU. w i I * J_ O w -;. «^-- * - -L V..' \ t w . Jl. V' -<- 

Aug. 29, 8S6. 



CONSTANTINOPLE 



LEO VI., THE PHILOSOPHEK Z05 

Emperor of the East, ^QS- regent 

912; pupil. ^ of Photiu.s and with 

had acquired all the learn- Alexander 

ing of the age, "but did during 

not inherit the practical thie 

ahility of his father; minority 

during his reign th.e em.- of 

piro suffered greatly from her 

the attacl:s of the Arahs, son. 
the Bulgarians and the 
Russians; he died in 912. 

I 

CONST/JJTINE VII., PORPKYROGEHITUS = 

Emperor of the East, 945-959: "but 
five years of age when his father 
died; government adr.inistered "by 
his mother and uncle during his 
minority; assumed sole administra- 
tion in 945: his mild and "benevo- 
lent disposition won the affec- 
tions of his subjects; he TrTote 
sevei'al' scientific and historical 
works, and rendered valua"ble ser- 
vice of literature "by causing a 
num"ber of precious mianuscripts to 
"be preserved: he died in 959. 



.HELENA of 
Constant- 
inoDle . 



CONSTANTINOPLE 



t 

HO!,'Ai;UG II., Emperor of the. East = 
959-963; poisoned by his wife 
Theophano, who married the vic- 
torious General, Kicephoras Pho- 
cas, who ascended the th.rone rs 
Kicephoras II ♦: his nephev/ v/as 
John ZiiTiisces,, a lover of EinproES 
Theophano, who thoup:ht to share 
the throne of her paraTiOur after 
the murder of Emperor Roipanus • 



^THEOPHANO ■ 
beloved by 
■John Zinisces, 
but discarded 
by hin when 
he ascended 
the throne • 



VLADIIIIP, Prince of Russia ~ 
converted to Christianity: 
a great warrior; died 1015. 



rAMNE of Constant- 
inople; married 987. 



See RUSSIA. 



CONSTANT! nOPLE 



FOMANUS I,, LEUCAPENUS = 
Enipei'or of the East; 
the leading General of 
the By z ant i n e c r r.iy : u - 
surpecl the imperial gov- 
ernir.ent of the Eastern 
Empire fron the rif^htful 
posser.sor , Conctcvntine 
VII., and assuTi^ed the 
titles, Caesar ana Au- 
gustus; he associated 
with him in t):e empire 
his three sons success- 
ivelyj; and for twenty- 
five yea.rs, 019--945, th.e 
lav/fitl emperor v/as degrade 
ed to the lo'.vest rank of 
this imperial college; 
Rcmanus Leucaponiis was 
Emperor of the East from. 
919-920. 



CONSTANTIMi: VII., FOKPHiACC:".::iTUr. 
Em.Doror of the East. 



lHEL^'IIA of 
Constant!- 
norle . 



See CONSTAIITINOPLE. 



COOPER 



JOHII COOPER =^ 



JOHN NORTON ==^J-'^^E COOPER 



See NORTON 



C R A N M E R . 



KUGi: CPAm^ER, of Sutter-ton u.. : 

J : 1 

GILBT^PT C1R/n:"-:P^ of Suttcrton I DA LE LOUCHTCN 



HUG1-! CKAilAEE, 



ttertcr 



TKO:.'A? CPAIIMT^R, of £utteTton===^ 

EJilVAPD CE;E7I:Rj of Aslocton- I SABEL ASLECTON 



i,^LICE !';j^CEALL, cf '.'usliham 
in HottiRghaTTishire . 



I 

JOHN C]:AIEIE]^-= 

of A.slector, 
and f^uttta^ton. 

I 

TKOEAS CRAE-'ER, of Aslecton: ACrE^S HATFIELD 



I ' 

THOEAf CRAE"ER, ArchMshop ofr= 

Canteroury: "born Aslecton, Jul. 
2, 14E9; adn:iti:ed Jesus Col-' 
16f,e, Ca-bridge, .1503;- D. D. 
1526; consecrated Archbishop 
of Canterhury Ear. EGe. 15E5: 
executor of thx 'Till of Eienrj'" 
VIIT., ]c<.6: POGfather to Ed-- 
ward VI, and Queen Ellzaheth; 
attainted Nov, 15, 155E; burnt 
at Oxford Ear. 21, 1555-^'; in 
3 5C2 an act. r: a?; cod to return 
to "blood- the children of the 
archbishop . 

THCEAS NORTON, of Eharponhov; == EARGARET CPANEITi 



EEARC/lRET, niece of 
the v/ife of .Andrea? 
Or. lander of Nurer:- 
bu v'r : TT] ai^ r i e d e eit 1 y 
in 153E at Eurer.bur.i 
she was his second 
\j i f e and s u r v i v e d 
her husband . 



See NORTON • 



C R Xrt 



FULBFKT, Lore cf Croy 
in Picardy. 



rCLA 



1 



ROBEKT THE ^^AGIIIFICEIIT =:==/,RLETA of Croy 
Duke of :ior"^.ar;dy v;ife of Harlaven 

• de Burfo, CheLn- 
t-ei'^t.in cf Pot'Ort 
the Magnificent. 



See BUBGO and NORri/JIDY . 



DENMARK 



GOK].! THE OLI;, Kinn; of Denmark 
860-936; a fierce Pagan; rav- 
aged the north coast of' Ger- 
many v/ittv fii-e and sv/ord; 
plunderod Charlc'r^a^ne * s chap- 
el at A.iX"la-Chapelle ; too> 
part in the first siene of 
Paris "by the Northr.en in 8S5; 
overwhelmin[ily "beaten "by the 
German King /.rnulf in the 
"battle of Louvain in 891; he 
died in 936. 



r 



:TnYKA, rilled over 
the hingcloTT. of 
DenT.arh during 
Corn ' s ah s e no e ; 
favored Christian- 
i ty ; hu i 1 1 the gr ea t 
v/all; a woman of 
f^reat vigor of mind » 



Kj\r{OLD BLUl- TOOTH, King of Denr^arh = 
936-985; a cruel and crafty king; 
by treachery ni:cc ceded in making 
ilorway tri"butary to him for a 
tinie, but Norv/ay soon regained 
its independence; professed Christ- 
ianity, and v/as baptized, with his 
wife and son Sv/eyn, by a German 
rrionk named Poxroa, who also convert- 
ed a considerable portion of the 
Danish people: he led several ex- 
peditions to France to aid young 
Richard the Fearless, luke of Nor- 
mandy; lost his life in battle, 985 



URSU8, Prince of Denmark 
brother of King, Sweyn; 
his name gave rise to 
the tradition that Si- 
wai'd ' s grandfather v;'as a 
bear • 



SPRACING= 



D E N M A R }\ 



I 

ULF, Danish Earl= 



BIOPN; 



I ' 

SIV;ARD, Earl of Northiir.berltnc =; 
called "the Great": took an ac- 
tive part in the nilitary en- 
terprises of Kardicanute ; as- 
sisted Edward the Confessor; in 
command of the army sent "by the 
Confessor to place r^alcolni upon 
the throne of Scotland: irarnort- 
alized by Shakespeare in the 
play "!.:ac"beth" : he was si^.rnarried 
"Digera" or "the Strong", and 
his gigantic stature, his vast-' 
strength, and personal prowess 
made hlTn a favorite hiero of ro- 
mance; he died in 1055, 

I 

WALTHEOP, Earl of Huntingdon = 
Morthar.pton and Ilorthunher- 
land; supported Edgar the 
Atheling; Governor of York: 
"bravely defended it against 
Willi am; one of the conspir- 
ators to dethrone v:illiam; 
beheaded 1075; canonized as 
Saint V/aldeve . 



AETHELFLAIiD 
of Bernicia. 



-JUDITH of Lens 



:enli 



SIMON DE 
Earl of 
don and North- 
ampton . 



Hunting- 



l 

■ :,!AUD of Huntingdon 



See SENLIS. 



DEN U ARK. 



SIFFRED. Ki-g of Denmai-l-: ===. 

WITII-IND THE GREAT ==CEYA of Denr.ark 
last King and first 
Luke of the Saxons ; 
died 007. 



See SAXONY. 



D E S P E n C E R 



ROBERT LEGPE::CER == 
Stev/arci to William [ 
the Conqv.ei'Oi' . i 



.1 



HUGH RE SPEIICER = 
Sheriff of Salop- 
shii'e and Ptaf- 
f ordchire . 



r 



TKOPAG PE SPEnCER= 



r 

HUCIl LE riE?PEPCER = 

1st Ear on Le spenc- 
er; Justic-Jary of 
England, 12C0\ 
sun'Paorcd to par- 
liament, 1264: 
slain Linder the 
tiironial "banner 
at the hattle of 
Eveshar., IP.e^, 

I 

HUGH LE PESFEkCEP= 
Earl of Winches 1 01' 
foufht at .Piincar, 
1?.9C; favorite cf 
Edward II,; seized 
by Isatella: was 
Panged, ared 90, 
m SKjct • 






•I^AETX RE REAUCHA"? 
vridcw of Patrick 
Chav/orth . 



HOEORAELE WILLI/i:.' FERRERS' 
Lord of Crohy, Leicester- 
shire • 



^"C:A!:E LE RESPENCER 



See FERRERS. 



ADAM 

( — 

SETli' 

I 

ENOS: 

r" 



Gj" 



Jil: i;r; 



r 



N G L A N D . 



J 



!.!AHAL/.L^,^L 

I 

JAKED=== 



T7^ 



NOCH 

r 



J 



METKIJCAL^:!! 
LA!;eCK = 

■ -> 

NGAH , 

, '"" 

. ' 

B]':a!j',vtg = 

r ' 

WALA j — 

HATFJ^IA =~ 
I — » 

ITEK:.'OLt=z=: 

< 1 

KEREMO;!r.= 



ENGLAND. 



I 

SCELDVrFCA 



f — 

BEAV: 



t 

rr» AT;rp'"A 

±S\j^ J- I. XI 



GEATA, Pe.gan God. 
COL&H==F 



1 

FINN^ 



J 



r 

Fr.ITii'.VULP. 

( 

FKEALAF = 
FHI^HOV/; 



U-'i 



T>. 



ENGLAND 



\ 

^VOL'EN, or SIGGB, Kinc of the; Norse == 
his real ncirie v;a^ Sip;re, "but he as- 
fuiTiecl the naiTio of Odin or \7oden 
when he left the Tanais, hecaurje he 
had. "been a priest of Cdin, suijrer.e 
God of the Scythians; iic "becar.e All- 
V/ise hy dr'inhirg frorr. I'irdr^s Fount- 
ain, "but p-archased this diEtinction 
at the cost of one eye; v/as Chief of 
the Aesir, inhahitantc of Aslix V.inor, 
v/ho, sore pressed by th.e Konans, and 
threatened with destruction or slav- 
ery, left their native land ahcut 70 
E. C., 8,nd mi rr a tod into Europe; 
Woden is said to have conquered hus- 
sia, Gernany, rjenniarh, Ilorv/ay and 
Sweden, leaving "a son on the throne 
of eachi conquered country; he also 
built the town of Cdenso; he W2,s 
v/elconed in Sweden "by Gylfi , the 
hin;"^ who inade hiir^ associate ruler, 
and allo7;ed hin to found the city of 
Sigtuna, where he built a te^.ple and 
introduced a new system of worship; 
tradition firrther relates that as his 
end drew near, this mytrucal Odin 
assci^bled his followers, publicly cut 
himself nine ^tiries in the breast v/ith 
his spear, a cereriony called "carving 
{-eir odds", - and told ther:; he was 
about to 2 'e turn to liis native land, 
Asgard, his olc horr.e , -where he would 
await their cor.ing to share with him 
a life of feasting;;, drinhing and 
fightirr; in the course of time this 
mysterious I'ing was confounded with 
the Odin, v/hose 'worship he intro- 
duced, and all his deeds were attrib- 
uted to the p-od. 



-FREA 



E N G I. 



N D 



BELDSG = 
f 

I 

FRlLOTHOCx^i 



J 



\ 



I — 



I — 

GIWIS 



EGLA 



ELESA"=p= 

CEKriC, fir^t Kinrr of V'e^sex, 519- 
the iT:Ost nobler and powerful of the 
Saxon Chief g; landed in En.-jjland 4- 
con qu ei^ e d t h e Er i t o n r> ; e c t sh 1 ' '• '■' '- ^ 
!■: i Tip d orr: of. V; esse :■: , 5 1 : 



he v.'^is o"'--' 
JTthur, ^ 



h.e 



"by the valiant Eir 
of legend; C e r d i c r. ad e '.7 i n c h. e t; l e j ■ 
c ap i t al of hi s .s t a t e , a n d i t c o n t i 
long to be the capital of the w'^ol 
hingdorn, even in the tir.c of the .■■. 
Norman riilea-s, and was crovrrcd the 
in tl^o i''?ai- El?, and buried thci-o i 
the histoj'ian Gibhcn calls Cerd-"c 
of the bravest of th.e cEdldren of 





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E K GLAND 



1 

CEiTKIG, 2nd King of V;es£Ox, 534-^560; 

succeed ec his father Ceraic: he had 
been tlie ccnpanion of h.is father's 
telle, ar.d had been associated v/ith 
hiii^ in the hinrdoi::; he died in 560. 



r 



ord I'in^ of VJeesf.::, 560-501;: 
his father Cenric: he v/as an 



ng and arribitioiiG prince, and 
countioG of r^evon and Corr.erset 



succeeded 

enterpris 

added the 

to his doT'lnions, and froni his sijpremacy 
title of Ere.t'.valda, wi elder or 
the BritcnE, a title acsuined "by 
powei'ful inonarchs of the hep- 
u t c ar 2"- y i n ,r- h i s nr o i e c t s of 
ement too fc 
of the other 
conspiracy a;-*:al; 
elhert, ];in?^""^of 
v/as dcijrived of 



held the 
ruler of 
the most 
tarchj-; h 
agf-randii: 
jealoury 
formed a 
ed by Kth 
Ceavvline 
in 591. 



r, he provohed the 
Caxon rulers J v/ho 
gainst hira, head- 
pt, by whorr. 



i\e; 



acrr.inions 



I 

CUTH".V1NE, 5th Kinr of "Vessex 
reigned jointly v;ith hj.s bro- 
ther CuichelriG for a short 
tiv-iQ after his father Ceav;~ 



ine's do" 



till 



: i t i on in 501, 



r r-. i','Oi c 



I . C w 1- ^ *^/ y* . i ^' X ^ ^.' v_< • 



C UTH , sec end s on 



I 

CEOWAI.L - 

. ' 

CEMRED, Councillor to his son Ina 



ENGL A N D 



I 

ii:gi: 



Gec'Tid son cf Cenred 



"b r o t. h e r of 1 n n , ]" 1 t '. r of ',7c s s o x . 



r 



r ;,v,-r-a 



J 



I 

Er::UIlD, }:in£; of !:ent 
died "before 787; to 
who:?, ho was tributar; 
is TiOt ]'nov;n. 



eg: 



r 



:inrr of En r":! arid 



esciij>ed from En^^iand to tl^e 
Court of Charlenar:ne, at 
that ti Tr<e the- greatest prince 
in E"ui"ope_, in tho yeai^ 787, 
to avoid the Tjerr-jocution of 
Erihtric, I'inc of "',Ve5 3'?x; 



"1 n 



■CO 



;'Hp 



en 



Tint: 



POl- 



scnod Er;tert vie.fi in Eor^e at 
Charlerna.ene ■ s corcnati on ; he 
vvas offei'od tb.e- throne of V.'c^s- 
sex, and on retiii-ninp; v;as pre- 
nentcd v.nth CharleTi^ar-'ne ' s 
eword ; in 809 h.e con^renced his 
career of conquest, snhc'uinr. 
the Pr iters and 8a„xc-.ns ^ until 
in 887 he had hecone the ac- 
tnnl sovoT-oirn of the '; 



■EEDBURGA 
died 855. 



le 



Vp.---.+ 



_fe 



■rchy: he 



D defeated "by 

, - '-' ^ - • ^ 

and decisive 
victoi'v over thern in 885 ; ho 
died in '^5''. 



the L'anes 
gained 



"h "! o o c ■"■ 



ENGLAND 



ETilELV/OLP, 2nd King of England 



Wc'.: 



ana ciiea m 



K.inr in 83/ 
o57 or 858; defeated the Danes: 
in 855 the kiinr made a v/isit to 
Rone accompanied oy his son Al- 
fred, who thei-e I'eceived fi'on 
the pontiff the regal unction 
and the Gacrarnent o^ confirma- 
tion; he retiirned throvif;h France 
v/here he tarried to marry Ju- 
dith, the daughter of the French 
king; his son A their: tan, tc whom 
he had transferred the provinces 
of I'lent, Essex and Pussox^ had 
died in tlie rn e an t i me , and his 
other son Ethelhald was i;surping 
the I'ingdcn v/hen he returned 
and yielded to the latter the 
government of '.Vessex; he svr- 
vived this partition of his dom- 
inions but two years, which he 
passed in acts of charity/ and 
devotion; without the vigor of 
his fathtcr, he y/as fitted rather 
to' wear the cov;l than wield the 
sccDti^e . 



-OCEITEGA, a woman 
of very great ac- 
quire vients, a 
d aught ei' of Earl 
Oslac, Grand But- 
ler of England , 
who had been em.- 
ploycd by the 
l:ing as ambassadc 
to the ''ercians: 
a d e s. c e nd an t of 
the Goths and the 
Jutes, from the 
stock of 8tuf and 
'.En i t g ar , ne u h e w s 
of Cei'dic . 



ENGLAND 



ALFBILD THlL GRI^AT, King of Kngland = 
one of the greatest l-irf-s of his- 
torv, and to v/hom the Knpllsh and 
Americt.ns of the present day &re 
more pi oud tc ti'ace their lir.8a,r,e 
than to any other hero of ancient 
or medieval tinec. ; "born 849: died 
Oct. 28, :'G1; fifth and youngest 
son of Ethelwolf, ano his favorite 
child: co^.manded in no les.n thian 
nine "battles against tlie Danes in 
871; succeeded his brother hthel- 
red as Ting in that year: nade a 
ti^uce with the Lanes 'which, lasted 
until 875: defeated them in a nav- 
al "battle 877, ■s^t^.e-'a they lost 120 
of their sViips; on their return 
the r-O't year v/ith an immense arrr;3'- 
resistrnce v/?iS useless; Alfred 
fled v/ith a fev; followers to the 
woods, where at one time he was 
sheltered in tlse hut of a ccwiierd; 
vistted the Danish cam.p disguised 
as a. hr-rper: attacked them the 
next day, !.'ay S78, and routed them 
v;ith gre^vt slaughter: Christian- 
ized them, and gave th.em a part of 
the r.ingdom to settle; m.ade him,- 
self ruler of all England: restored 
citi^es and fortresses, im.proved the 
navy : s y s t e m^a t i z g d the 1 aws and 
adriini strati on: defeated th.e lanes 
89< : patron of literature: trans- 
lator; laid the foundation of 
Ens-land's constitution. 



'J L 8 -,71 TEA 



ENGL A N D 



I 

KDi7/iRL THE ELD' 



^Ti , King O'x Lnglar.d 



ascended the 'throne POl, died ^25;. 
\iis Clair.' to the throne v/as C'i's- 
pu t ed hy h i s c cue i n E the Iv/al d ^ son 
of Etheibert. v/ho gaiiied the sup- 
port of th-e Ilorthurr.hrian and Eat:t 
Anglian Lanes; the rehelG irarched 
thi'Our:h the counties of 01 once s tor, 
Oxford, and V/ilts, and .-Edward , un- 
ahle d.'rectly to o'r^ose ther^, re- 
taliated their ravares in the coim- 



zvy of 



t h e E a s t I -J] ?: 1 c s : retreated 



with "booty having slr.in a I'ireat 
niiraher of thiO "bravest of th.e eneray: 
a-^iong those slain was Ethelbald 
himself 5 trius terrdnatinp^ the re- 
hellion: his I'eign was ti-cr"l:0 ed hy 



the Lanes, hut he was 



<ed "by 



his sister EthelfledrH , who governed 
I.'ercia, and gained. tv.'C victories; 
tiie fortresses he C'rected heceT.e 
gradually centres of trade and pop- 
ulation; he suhiected all Enrland . 



r 



EL?.'UrIL TH"' ELL-''K , Eing of England = 
succeeded his hrother Athelstcin in 
941; died 946; conquered Cur.nhria 
or Cunherland, which, ho hestcv/ed 
on Ealcoln I., i'inr of Scots, to 
hold it as a va:'L:l of the English 
crov,Ti; he was Eta^'.E:cE a" a "banquet 
by Lefelf, an outlaw, P46 . 



^ELCIVA, daugh- 
ter of Earl" 
?i gel line. Lord 
o f 1,' e a phain , Cul - 
ings and Lenhann., 
I'ent, a valiant 
nobler.an viho 
was slain in 
battle against 
the Lanes; she 
v;as his third 
wife. 



iSLGIFA 



ENGL A N D 



E'Dcm THE p::act:aele= 

King of Enr^lcircl ; the 
younfrer son of- Ed- 
mu^icl; diiring hir^. 
"brother's i-eign lie 
v/ac E-ing of Eercia 
and Eo2'thun"bria; he 
succeeded Edv;y in 
958; died 97b; his 
power v/as greater 
and his sv/ay more 
firmly estahlished 
than t};at of his pre- 
decessors; he v/as. 
rowed on the Eiver 
Dee "by eirht tiih- 
iitary k'n(^s; his s 
reirn v/as one of the 
mo c t d i s t i ngui she d 
of Britain's early 
hinp:s . 



ETHELRED TEE UEPEAEY, 
succeeded his hrcther 
tyr, Yi'ho Y/as slain Idv 
no ther , Elf r i da : hinr 
possessed neither th.e 
it of his anc e s tor s ; 
parture of the Danes 
more v : \vh en 1 1"' e v re t.u 
Normandy, in 1013, v.'i 
recalled frci exile E 
hut died in 1016 • 



-EEFRiEA., dnurh-ter and^ heir- 
ess of Olr^'; 
had filled 
t^-e re":jut:' tier, of her heaut^-; 



.r. Earl of Eevcn; 
all En r: land with 



Ecra 



r.r- 



ri! 



of th 



is; des- 



pat 



ched his favorite A.thel- 



\7old, to learn if the reports 
v/ere true; AtEielv.'old fell in 
l0"/e V7ith her and returning 
discourared the hing from 
marrying Elfrida: hut after 
a tim^e lie mar^ried her himself 



Wit 



ii.e 



:ir 



:-anction; on 



the hi::g's vi siting Athelwold 
Elfrida so captivated liis 
hoa'i't hy her heauty that he 

staohed Athelv;old for his 
t T ■ e a c ] . e i'^ v an d m. £ 



ied her 



him; 



he came 



'; she caused her step- 
he hilled; .finally 



nur 



/--I 



ana 



r-ing ov '. 

Edward the ..c^^ 

cor.mand of his 
, 070; died, 1016; 

ahilit^' nor spir- 
purchased tlie de- 
v/ith laivr-e sum.s of 
i-ned he fled to 
t E h i s 21 e c •':• ^'^. c v; i f e : 
y his countrymen. 



:-:ecifa 

c aught er of 
Ealdorman 
Thored, son 
of Gunner . 



E N G L A N D 



I 



EDMUIII' IHCNSlJiE?, I'inc of England^ 
waged war against the Dances when 
his father fled to Ilorr.iandy : suc- 
ceeded hin in 1016, but beln£^, op- 
posed "by Canute he arrreed to share 
the crov.n v/ith hin; he died the 
sane year; called "Ironside" froi?. 
his hardy valor; partly retrieved 
the sinking fortunes of his coun-. 
try, "but his rei.rn v/as of short 
duration; he v/as rurder^d in 1017 
at th.e instigation of his "bi-other 
in lav; Edric, "a very coTipound of 
treasons" • 



I ^~~~ 

ED'V/^h ThE OUTLAV:,- or THE EXILE = 

"becar.e on his trother's death 
the Athelinr or heir to the Eng- 
lish throne; surnar.ed frorr. his 
living so r.uch aoroad frcr?. his 
native country: tool: refu.ge v/ith 
his "brother at "^he court of Hr.n- 
gary v/here he r.arried; Edv/ard tiie 
Confessor invited him hack to 
England, and he arrived with his 
three children, Edgar, Ecrgaret 
e.nd Christina; but died in a 



month , 



.05' 



after his 



EALCOLM CAir'CEE = 
I'ino; of Scotland 



Icr.Ci 



:ro^ 



ALCITliA 
v/idcv; of 
Si go forth, a 
Danish thane 
v/as of groat 
beauty and 
noble T)arent- 
are . 



r.GATHA of Cerr^ianv 



■.ecu L' ce 
r.ont into '"or c 
for that time; 
to soften the r 
the CCottish ne 



of England. 
■ ;ree of refine- 
c u r t re '^, i ar ]•: cfn 1 e 
she contributed 
ud e T: ann erz of 
o^.le . 



See SCOTLAND. 



E N G L A II D 



ALPi^T'D THE GHTAT 
ICing of En,^land; 
boi?ji 840; died 
001; kinp r^71. 



-/\ 



;VTTIIA - 



(See England) 

BALDV;ilI II., THI: 

r!nd Count of F.landers 






: 1 

rALFRITHA of En^^land 
a hirhly educated 
and ciecemplished lady 



See FLANDERS. 



ENGL A N D . 



EDV;APD TH~; I'LDEH, Zlnr cf England: 
a o c e ncle d the throne P 6 1 ; Od e ci , 92 5 
(ree Encl^ind'j 



T'GIVA 



i ■ 

CH;J^LES III'., THE SI!.-PLE EEGIVA of England 

Kin;; of Fi''ance . 



See Y7;j^REN. 



ENGLAND 



Y.lnr of EnglafiG . 
(See England') 



DREuX, Count of Vexin" 
Pon t o i s e , Chaumon t 
and ijn i o ri r. ; first 
husband of God a . 



EM'.'iA of riorinandy 
fron her heauty 
called the "Pearl 
of I'iorniandy" : 
thip. alliance laid 
the foundation for 
tlie Concmeror's 
claim to the English 
throne-. 



.CODA of England 
mar r i e d s e c ond 
Eustace ce Bou- 
logne . 



See wAER. 



E V E R E U »< 



SIMON, iiarl of Evei-eux in Ilorn^.andy, 

\ , 

HUGH KEVELIOK, 5rd Earl of Chester ==. BKRTPED DE 
re'belled arainst Iling liGnry II.; EVEREUX 

died 1181. 



See MESCHINES, 



F E R H E R S 



V/ALCHELII^E DE FERIKRC 
a Herman . 



I 

KE!:PyDE Fi::RIE1!S = 

Founder of the 
Priory of Tutbury, 
1089. 



I 

ROBERT DE FERRERS == 
Earl of Lerby : 
fought in the 
"battle of the 
Standard . 

{ 

ROBERT LE FERRERS = 

2nd Earl of Ler"by; 

livin£;^, 1141. 

J 

V/ILLIA!.' ' DE rERRERS = 
3rd Earl of Derhy . 

I 

ROBERT DE FERRER S = 
4th Earl of Derby; 
rebelled against 
Henry II., 19 Hen- 
ry II., but \Yas 
fjubdued . 

I 

V;TLLIA!,! DE FERRERS = 
5th Earl of Derby: 
accor.panied Dieh- 
ard I. to the Holy 
Land; lost his life 
at the scire of 
Acre, 1191. 



EERTA 



^H ADVISE 



.HATISE DE VITRY 



.EARC/JRET FEVERED 



SIBILEA DE BRAOSE 



SIBEL 



FERRERS 



WILLIA;,: LK FFRR-:KS = 
f-th Earl of r-erby; 
at the coronation 
of Richard I . he 
was one of four that 
carried the canopy 
over the I'inr's head. 



I 

V/ILLIAM DE FERRERS: 
7th Earl of lerby; 
sat in Parliament 
held in London, 52 
Henry III. 



AGNES DE l^ESCHIITES 



MARGARET FjE Q.UINCY 



KONORAELE V/ILLIA!/: PERRE3^S' 
Lord of Grohy, Leicester- 
shire; died in 1288. 



JOHN DE GREY DE RUTHYN= 
Snd Lord of V,'i 1 1 on : 
suinrioned to Parliar.ent 
from 1309 to 1322. 



■ JOAITE LE DESPENCER 



1 

:ANNE FERRERS 



See grey: 



F I T Z - H A 1.1 II 



}i/J-.!OM, Lord of Thorigny 



J 



ROBERT FTTZ^HA'.!0!I== 
Earl of GloucGGter 
lord of Corboil in 
Norrr.andy ; Lord of 
Cardiff and Tev/kes- 
bury in England; 
a c c o n p an i e d Wi Hi am 
ths Conqoeror into 
En.?7;land. 



ROBERT THE CONSUL = 
natural son of 
K inr, Henry I . of 
EnfT land; Ear 1 o f 
Gloaco:;ter in right 
of his v;ife; "born 
in Mellont, hence 
he is some tines 
called ''Robert de 
Mellent" , and also 
"Robert Fitz-Rov" . 



SIBi: 



i!0!ITCC'/ERy 



AT^'ABLE FITZ-HAMON 
hi' o u.r^.ht th e Earl d om 
of Gloucester to her 
husband; a proud 
woman v/ho at first 
refused to marry Ro~ 
bert because he had 
no surnane , wl-iere- 
upon King Henry rave 
him the na^ae "Fitz- 
Rov" . 



See NORMMDY. 



FITZ-HUC H — 



V/ILLIAM, LORD I^ITZ-HUOH==^HAYrYS Tr^ LONGCKAMP 

REGINAI.D DS GREY ^^".AUL FITZ-HUGH 

2nd Lord of rill- 
ton; horn 1287; 
Justice of Chester. 



See grey' 



F I T Z - J K N-^ 



GEFFKry FITZ-PiLlRS, :'arl of 



X 



.AV'^LINIl 



I 

JOHN FITZ-GEFF^PY 
C};ief Justice of 
Ireland. 



I 

JOHN FITZ-JOHIT. 



L 



IS/.EL^L BIGOD 



V/ILLIA?.! DE BEAUCHAl.'?^ 
Ear 1 of V;arv7 1 c V. : 
CaptEiin in Welsh and 
Scottish wars of King 
Edward I.: died 1298. 



1 

.lAUD FITZ-JOHH 



See BEAUCHMIP* 



FITZ-OSEEHN 



a Lane, 
bi'other 
of the ' 
Norman 
Duchess 
Cunnora . 



r 



SKI'IE!^;CI:AL OSBEHN = 
r.uraered in the 
bed -chamber of 
his covei-oi{^n, 
the iJuV.e of Nor- 
naridy, "by Williaiii 
de I.'ontgo:nei-y . 

I 



OF iVP.Y 



PITZ-CSBERN^ 
hei'ef ord; 



;VILLIA}n 

Earl of 

cane to England with 

'.Villi am the Conauer- 

or, 1066; fell at Pa- 

venchioven, Feb. 22, 

1071, 



rATELIEE DE TONEY 



KALPH DE WAE]< = 
Earl of rior- 
fclh, Suffolh 
and Canibrid^"c ; 
a po'.verful bar- 
on of Britannv. 



EL!!v:A FITZ-CSEERN 



See UAER, 



FLAl^DERS-7 



COUNT LYDERIC 



INGELRAM, 1st Forester of Plandors^ 

I 

AUDACER, Groat PorcGtor of FlandorG. 
hereditary Count Forec-^tevi died -"^o? 

J ' 

BALD;7IN I., BRAS^-DE-FER - JUDITH of France 

Count of Flanders, 853" 
878; TT.arried 862; engaged 
at the "battle of Fontenoy 
841; surnanied "Eras-do-- 



For' 



'or his c^reat cour- 



age; a po'vverful chieftain 
7;ho V7as feared "by the 
Fi^ench king, and con- 
firmed "by him ruler of all 
the country "between the 
Scheld and the Somne:. 
built the castles of Ghent 
and Bruges 865; pro tec tod 
the country against the 
Normcan: .the most talented 
and warli3-e ruler of 
Flanders; died 873 or 330. 

I 

BALDWIN II., THE BALDr= 

2nd Count of Flanders 
878-910; made v;as a- 
gainst Eudes, Co-;nt of 
France, and defeated 
bin; hut his ovm prov- 
ince v;as much infested 
by the IJormans : died 
918. 



vridov; of Ethel\7olf 
and Ethelbald, Kings 
of England; was car- 
ried off hy Ealdv^in 
from her father's 
court and married; 
the French hing vvas 
so afraid of the 
pov;or of Baldrzin that 
he finjiXly ratified 
their marria.Te after 
m any i ne f f e c t u a 1 
tl'Toats: she sur- 
vived her huE>ba?id. 



ALFRITHA of England 

a hi ghl V e due a t e d, 1 ady . 



o^u . rr -'- I'V"^^' 



J' ii. \ • 



FLANDERS 



ARITOLF I., THE GBEATr===ADSLA ITS VSRT^ANDOIS 
3rd Count of Flandsrs 
918-946; '.vas of an am- 
bitious and intrip-.uinr; 
cliar actor; \7arred a- 
Calnst Kerloin II •, 
Earl of Pontbieu, and 
in revenge for the as- 
sistance afforded to 
that noolei?.an by Wil- 
liara Long-Gvvord, Dake 
of I^ormandy, Ai^nolf 
cautsod the assassina- 
tion of that prince, 
and after his death 
\va,ged war upon his 
youthful son Richard: 
died 946. 



r" 

BALDWIN III.. OF THE COMELY BEARD === MACHIAL of 
4th Count of Flander: 
succeeded his father 



as 



Count • 



r 



laxony 



ARNOLF II, J 5th Count of Fland 

962-988; succeeded his father. 

I 



'-- c^>T iZ: 



sur:A:TNA of 

Italy . 



BALD7JIN IV., THE GENTLE = 
6 1 h C oun t of Fl and er s , 
933-1034: like7;ise called 
"Baldwin of Lille"* and 
"the Bearded" . 



.ELEANOR A of Normandy 



FLANDERS 



BALD^TIN v., THE PIOUS = 
7th Count of Flanders 
1034-1067; a prince 
respected for his 
groat talents and ad~ 
dress, "by which he 
greatly increased his 
patrlTiOnial estates: 
joined the lea^rie of 
Lambert II., Count of 
Mons-Louvain, and Ro- 
bert, Co";nt of Namur, 
against the emperor 
Otho II., v/ho ceded to 
Baldwin, Valenciennes 
and the islands of Zea- 
lan; also gained Alor^. , 
with V/aas and the cltad 
el of Ghent; increased 
the importance of his 
family; regent of ?*ing 
Philip I.; formed al- 
1 i an c e \i 1th '.7i Hi am. 
the Conqueror and as- 
sisted in the conquest 
of Snp;land. 



iADELA of France 



WILLIAi:! THE COriQUKROR 
King of England and 
Duke of Normandy ; 
conquered Sn^'^land in 
1066. 



1 

MATILDA of Flanders 
whose first husband 
was Oerbod the Flem- 
inr: . 



See FLE::ITIG and NCRMANDy'. 



F L E !.l I W G 



GE^^BOD THE FL/rMIIIG 
AdvocLite of the 
Ci'cat i-Ll:)]3ey of 
?aint Bortin at, 
Saint Ornor; a nan 
of distinction in 
Flanders . 



Hiandor'G 



./±J_ixjiAi.i 1j"lU .ViiKr.-Lii — — 

1st P]arl of V.'arr-on 
and SuiToy; a.ccorn- 
panied. V/illia'H the 
Conqueror into Enga 
1 and and d i s t .1 ng - 
ui shed. himself at 
the "battle of Hast- 
ings . 



.vno ^nai'i'ioci 



.''- r' .'■'iv"! '' 



or 



".Villian tho Conouu^ror . 



I 

:G--Ii:.E?X THE FLE..^ING 
i: ? r to iTilD e. n d i n s c r i p t - , 
ion have lor\g been the 
favorite objects of 
antiquarian research; 
the torr'lj was placed in 
a minster of her ovm 
1' earing v/hicli has now 
vanishiid fron the earth; 
for a 1 org v/h lie C un - 
drcd v/as looked on as 
a daiighter of V'illiam 
himself, hut there is 
no douD- 



> r. -f 



a child of 
hei^ first ] 



ax., sne wai 
atilda o; 

sband . 



See W/iRTiEN. 



France'. 



NOi'JI (Sec England') 



I 

JAPHETH 



I 

JAV/J-I 



BOLAIIIN 



( 

HERCIjLES 



I 

THUSCC 



( 

ALTHEO 



I ' 



BL/.FCOK= 

. ' 

C/d'.BO ELASCCN 



I 

D/iKIjAKUJ 



j_ 

EKJCHTHOIIIU: 



I 

TROS 



ILLUS = 



I 

LAC:.'EDCN 

. ' 

PRIiJ;:, Kinc of Troy .HECUBA 

I ' 

KELENUS 



I 

I 

FF:A!3CUn 



PRANCE 



ESDROII. 

\ 

GEi^IUG' 

r 



J 



BASABILIAl;Ur 



I 

PLA^^ERIUS- 



I 

PLE5:RCN 



I 

,IACOR 



I ' 

G.'ij3ERTAnur=r: 



I 

PLACER :UP 



1 

ANTENOR 



I 

PRIA}.^ = 



I 

HELEIIUS 



I 

PLESKOn 



J 



I — 

EArABIEIANU? 



JrJ^. 



F R A N C E . 



I 

PKIA!:' 



I ' 

GET^'ALCP 



I 

AL?'ADIO!I 



J 



LILUGLIUr. 



HKLENUS 



r ' 



PLASERIUS 



DILUGLIl'S 



J 



I 

MAKCOI/IR: 



J 



I 

PRI/^V == 

KELEnUP== 



1 

ANTSnOR, 



I 

HARCOMIR I., King of the Franconiar; 

died B. C. 412. 

1 

ANTENOR I., King of the Franconiars 

died B, C. ?^^4. 



r 



PRIAI.:, King of the F^^anconiann 
died B, C. 358. 



HELEMUS, K/mg of tr:e Franconians. 
died E. C. 539. 



France', 



I 

DICCI.;:^S, I'ing of the Fi-anccr.ians 
died B, C. 300. 



BASGAKUS, King of the FranconianG 
"brother of Helenus II •, who vras 
deDOsed: died B, C. 250, 



I 

CLOLGV.in I., King of the Franco^-iianG 
died B. C. 232. 

I 

NICAKOPv, King of the Franconianc 
died B. C. 198. 

I 

^'ARCOKIR II,, King of the Fi-anconians 

died B. C. 170. 

r 

CLOLIUS I., King of the F;i^anconians = 
died 3. C. 159. 

( ~ 

ANTEMOH II,, King of the FranconianG= 
died B. C. 142. 

I '^' 

CLCL'G-aR II,, King of the Fi-anconians 
died E. C. 123. 

1 ~ ~" 

MEROKACKUC, King of the Franco-ians = 

died B. C. 95. 

1 

CAGSAKDER, King of the Fi-anconians == 
died E. C. 74. 



r 

AMTH;iRIU2, I'ing of th.e Franconian: 



died E. C. 39. ' | 



France'. 



FPAiXUS, King of tl.e tranconians 
died I: . C . 11 • 



r 



CLCDIUS II,, i:in?r of the Franoonlans 
died B. T. 20. 



r:/iHCO:;iFv III., King of the Franc or.ians 
"brother of KerlTr.eriiP ; King A, D. 52; 
died A. D. 50. 



r 



C LO LO I'. IK III., Ki ng o f tl^. e Fi- anc o n i an s : 
died A. D. Co. 



AKTEIIOR II 1. 5 Kinp: of the Franconians 
died A. D. 69. 



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RATKiJlIhr, King of the Franconians = 
died A. K. 90. 



,K^ 



RICHIKKR I.J King of the Fi'anconians=== 

died A, K. 114. I 

1 — 

ODGI.'IAR, King of the FranconianG = 
died A. D. 128. 



r 



"ARCOKIR IV., King of the Kranconians ===== 
died A. D. 149. | 

r 



CLOr/::'IK. IV., King of the Franconians . p = 

died A. D. IGC. 



r 



Fi^Fii'3KI:T , Kving of the Franconians == 
died A.K. 1e/^. | 

r 



SUIKIO, K.ing of the i^i-anconians== 
died A. D.- 213. I 



FRANCE . 



HILDTCKIC, Kinr-, of tho Franco-nianp 
died A« D. f?53. 



r 



E/J^THVJUir , Kinc cf the Franconian? 
died A. D. 27i^* 



CLOD I US ITT., King of the Franc on i an g 
died A. F. 29n. . " 



V/ALTFR, F.inr: of the Franconians. 
died A. L, 306. 



DAGOEFRT, Kinf. of the P'ranconians 
died A. F. 'SI?. . 



I 

CLGGIOIF 



r 



GErlLEAI.F, 1st Fuhe of Fast Franconia = 



DAGOBFRT, C-rx\ Fuhe of East Franconia: 



CLODIOII, 3rd Fuke of East Franconia = 
I.1AKGOEIR, 4th I>iil:e of Eai;t Franconia 



r 



PF./JIAEOND, 5th FvEe of East Franconia ■- — /iRGOTTA of 
died A. D. 430; "began to reirn 4?^0. I Franconia, 



r 

CLODION THE KAIRY. 
King of the Salic 
Franks, 427-44^. 

\ 

ADELBERT, L^ihe on the rocelle 
died 491* 



BASIMA of Thuringia 



^COTA 



FRANCE 



\ 

VAMBEKT, Lvkc on t>.o V':OGeller= 
succeeded his father <'01; 
died 528; bi-othcr of Faint 
Roriciur. . 



.UCILLA 



1 

ANSEERT, L'like on the :,'oselle: 

"born in th.e province of Tlar- 
bonne about 500; was of hi.qh 



:r.iji 1 



of .Franl:r; 



senatorial descen" 



probablv 



through hie nether; brother 
of Saint Pirriunius • 



I 

ARNOLD BURTCISUS, Riike of Austrai^ia 

brotiier of Saint Ferreolus; born in 
the province of ilar'^^onne ; a^:ong his 
ancestors he nuTberoc the OTiperor 
Avitus, and tv/o prefects of Crawly 
while on his iricther's side he ^vas a 
grandson of King Clot aire I. 

SAINT ARNUi^F, Bishop of '/etz — 
born in Lorraine, 5CS; rose' 
to high favor and positions 
of trust under Theodobei-t II.; 
Bishop before 612; adviser of 
Clotaire of Neustria, and in 
622 Chief "inister. to his son 
Dagobert; at len~th retired to 
his castle at Habend in the 
Vosges, the faT;0U3 rionastcry 
of Remireraont ; died Aug. 16, 
640, 



iIjA of Suevia 



-lOLA of Swabia 
a person of r.ob- 
ility, wealth, 
and pit;ty; be- 
canie a nun at 
Treves. 



FRANCE 



AIICHirES, ',:ayor of the Palace = 
succeeded to the rani-: and in- 
fluence of his wife's father; 
horn 605; died G7 0; he vais 
1: i 1 1 e d in hun t i ng • 

I ~~~ 

PEPIN D'KEHI£TAL, l>ahe of Austrasia = 
and Mayor of the. Palace In CvS: died 
714; he v/as elevated to the title -of 
Duke when the Austrasians revolted 
from the Franks; Pepin took P.ing Thi- 
erry prisoner and governed France 
under the title of r'ayor during his 
reign; and also under his three suc- 
cessors; he v/as surnamed *'The Fat" 
and also d'Heristal froip. a palace 
v/hich he had on the hanks of the 
I.iaese; he v/as a man of consur:!?ia,te 
address, and bore himself in his 
exalted position. with great nodera- 
tion end justice; died respected and 
regi-etted; he ruled ^"7 years; he was 
baptized by 'Villi am, afterwards Bish- 
op of Utrecht; he was born in 631 « 



EEGGA of Austi-asia 



':lpaide 



P R A N.C E 



CH/O'XE? LL^I^Tia,, T>dye of . the P7-anVn = 
716; Luke of Australia and ::ay07^ of 
the Palace under Clotaire IV, and 
Theodoric IV,; fought against the 
Saxons and Frisians; tb.e greatest 
Iran in Europe at that tine; saved 
Europe from the Voha^TT.edans in the 
autunn of 7o-3 by defeating tliem at 
Tours after they had overrun C'pain 
and southern France: he finally suc- 
ceeded in driving then hack to 
and to bring Southern France under 
his sv/ay; dealt roughly with the 
church at home hut was its patron 
abroad; established novel relation; 
between the I-ranks and the Fcpe ; 
he was born in (^S6; died in 741, 

r 



,P0TRIJD1 
first 
wife . 



-pain 



PEPIN THE SHCPT, King of Prance = 
b orn 7 14 ; May or i n Meu s tr i a 74 1 ; 
King 752; died 768; consolidated 
the Franh-ish power; deposed the 
last V.erovingian king, Cnilceric 
III,, and was jn-ccls:ATrivd.^Ylrig in 
March, 7 5S; received the conse- 
cration of the church and the al- 
liance of the Pope, v7>"'0it: he as- 
sisted against the Lonbards; he 
defeated them twice: did much for 
the Church; subdued the Saxons 
and GerinexriS; he was a great ir.- 
proveTnent in good sense, under- 
standing and civilization on the 
Iv'Ierovingians , but even he looked 
upon writing as only the accom- 
pli shnent of clergy, arc did not 
cause his, sons to learn to rrite. 



BEKTPADE of Laon 



F R 



N C 



I 

C}I.^J<Lr":ACliE, -Emperor of the V'oGt = 
and Kinr: of Fr-ance ; "borri A^or. 2, 
742; died Jan, 23/PiA: T:iiried at 
Aix la Chapelle; conquered Lorn- 
"bardy; commenced v.'ar arainst the 
r axons 7 "^2 vrhich terr.inated in 
804; ',Vitel:ind, the last r'ing of 
the raxonii snrrendored in 785 and 
vvcs "baptized: Charlcvia^r.e hy his 
conquests in Italy, Spain and Cor- 
p.any added rreatly 'to his dcrrin- 
ions; he restored the v;e stern Ro- 
man e^npii'e; crovmcd in Rome on 
Cliristn-ias Ray, 8G0, EF.peror of the 
7;est; however great as a v7ariior 
and the founder of an empire, he 
deserves still more nrciise as a 



].av/river 



civl lize: 



VbX- 



ron of learning, science and art; 
illustrious men v/ere invited to 
his court; he fostered trade and 
industry ; e s t£ihl i shed un i f ormi ty 
of currency: architecture flour- 
ished in his reign: he '.vas him.- 
self a translator and ruthor; he 
is regarded as the rreatcst y.'^nr 
o f Ft anc e , and o c '^ up i e s a posit i on 
like that of Alfred the Great. 



rhlLLJ'GARRE 
of G'.vahia; 
second wife ; 
married 772; 
died 783. 



F R A N C E 



I 

LOUIS TI-iE PICUS, Emperor of the y;est== 
third son; 'born 778; i'.ing of Aquitaine 
Co-ro^;ent 813; Enperor ^14 urtil his 
death in n^iO: in 817 he r ha reel ]"-is 
doninions v/ith his ^on, by which move 
he hecane enbrcilec in several v-^ars 
and r e volts; he lac k €-■ d the ah i 1 i t y and 
decision of his. father, arc undoi" his 
reign began the dissolution of the 
Carlcvinrian empire . 



I 

CH/iHLEc THE EiVI.D, Emperor of the V;e; 

"born 825; I'ing of Alarnania and rur- 



^t: 



runcv 



;o 



i.'Lnf 



the 



G t Fi'anhs t 



Emperor 875 till his death in 8"^7 ; 
his claim.s to the throne 'v/ere dis- 
puted ''oy his elder brother L^othaire 
whom ho defeated 841 a,ssisted by his 
second brother Louis: by t'rio treaty 
o f 84 3 lie ob t a 1 ne d ""e ^ t e- r n Fr r- n c e ; 
in his reign the Mormai^s invaded liis 
hingdom and Charles v/as unable to 
a f f o r d tjt o t e c t i on a r: a i n s t them.. 



:JUDITH of 
Bavaria; 
maiTied 
819; died 
845. 



^■Kl'EIlTKUDE 
of Orleans, 



EALL'VIN I 
third hus 



Count of ■'blcr.di 
^d : married C^F. 



I ' 

-TUhlTH of France 
m.arried first, when 
14, Ethelwolf, King 
of England; second, 
his son Ethelbald. 



See FLMWr.'RS, 



F R A IT C E 



CLODTOM THE HAIRY, King of the Salic Franks 
reignod from 427 or 423 till 445 or 443 » 
(See Franc eO 



MEHOVEUS, King of the Salic Franks 
in 447 or 443; he died in 458: ac- 
Gordinf, to some accounts he vras 
son-in-lav; of Clodion, and named 
as tutor to his children, "but he 
seized the throne for hinself; hut 
most authorities f^:ive him as the 
son and successor of Clod ion. 



CHILLERIC !•, King of the Salic Pranks = 
reigned from 458 to 481; he' \7as in close 
connection v/ith the Romas po.ver in Gaul; 
fought as Aegidius' ally against the 
Visigoths in 46"; though a haath.en he 
had friendly relations v/ith the Catholic 
Churcii; v/hile Childeric lived an exile 
in Germany he v/as hospitably entertained 
by the queen as well as by the king of 
Thuringia; after his restoration Bafina 
escaped from her riusband's bed to the 
arms of her lover, freely declaring that 
if she had knovm a man '.viser, stronger, 
or more beautiful than Childeric, that 
man v/ould have been the object of her 
"oref erence . 



.B AS IMA 
of 

Thur- 
inrcia. 



BAFINA, 
Queen of 
Thurinnia, 



F R A M C E 



CLOVIS, Kznf; of tho FraiiT:s = 
founder of the Prankish 
monarcl-iy; "born about 466^; 
died 511; kin?; whon Id yeavs 
old; conquered the Ronan 
gensi-al Syagrlus, and ex- 
tended his conquestG in Gaul 
until he ^vao one of the moGt 
pov/erful princes in i^ance: 
he was courted by the Catho- 
lic bishops v/ho persuaded 
him to narr^/ Clotilda -of 
Burgundy; Clovin v/as con- 
verted to Christianity by a 
miracle v/hlch occurred in a 
battle V7ith the Allemanni in 
496, v/hen the tide of vict- 
ory was turned in his favor 
after a' prayer to the God of 
Clotilda; he was baptized 
with 3,000 of his follovvers 
and Chris tiijnity V!s.s spread 
throu£;h all Gaul; he next 
conquered Burgundy and de- 
feated the Visigoths under 
Alaric, when Clovis slew: 
thus he ac qui rod Aquitania 
and finally becaTie monarch 
of all the Prankish naticns; 
he divided his e:r.pire a^'.cn^: 
his four sons. 



^ATNT CLOTILDA of 
Eur:'- undv . 



F H A II C E 



CLOTAIPE I., I'inr of tho Fran^^s = 
third con of Clevis: "born 497; 
died 561; lpa ;:is father's death 
he received as hi 3 liin.-:;uor.i a 
part of Neustria, the capital of 
\7hich was Soissons; in bZl when 
his "brother Clodomir v/ac hilled 
he inurdorod his three nepho'vs to 
get poEGOSGion of the kingGom of- 
Orleans; his son ChriVQine having 
revolted an-ainst hi-n he ordered 
him 



o he DLirnea ajiive v 



■1 ^ 



wife and children; after the 
death of his brother Child ehert 
and of Thooaoric's grandeon he 
found himself in possession of 
the whole rra^-'hish en^plro; then 
including all of Gaul and part 
of Germany; he reigned after th: 
but three years; he divided his 
enipire "between his four sons. 



AMSET:ET, IXihe on the "Moselle = 
"born ahout 50^: "brother of 



.IIIGUNDIS 



'LI TIL of Franlvi 



-±; i o 



FirTiinl" 



See FRMCE. 



FRANCE 



FEPIN LUIEBISTAL, IDvke cf Aurtraria 
(Pee France') 



^FIEAILE 



I 

CllILLEBPANI.r= 

died 7 5C:, 

I 

NLBELCI'G, Count cf Autun 

find Eur^^undy; died 805. 



TKEODOEEKT, Count of Mati'ie 
or /iutun: died about rro. 






1 

POBEPT THE ANGEViriE = 
Mayor of the Palace 
of Aquitaine under - 
Pepin, his brother- 
in lav/; died "before 
867. 

I 

ROBERT THE STPCNG, Count of /mjou^ 
Buke of Fi^emce 861 till his death 
866; Count of Aniou from 863: a 
nohle Fi'-ank of Eeustria; the Sax- 
on oriir;^in of the family is an an- 
cient but incredible opinion; he 
v/as slain in the defense of his 
country against the Norr.-ans at 
Brissac, in Anjou, in B66* 



iAiELAIDE, widow 
of Conrad, 
Count of Paris. 



FRANCE 



I 

ROBERT, Luke of the Franks. 

•CrowTied at Paris r'r!2 : died 



BEATRICE DE VERI.1ANDOIS 



OQ 



3. 



FUGH THE GREAT, Duke of tke I-^-anks 
983 till hif. death in 956; he v/as 
also Count of Pai'is. 



I — — 

HUGH CAPET, King of Franco = 
and the founder of the- Ca- 
pe ti an dynasty; horn about 
946; died Oct. 24, 996; on 
his father's death, when 
still a "boyV he inherited 
the duchy of France and the 
County of Paris; on the 
deFitl": of Louis V. he '.va's ■ 
chosen 1:1 ng, and crovmed 
Jul. ], 9c?: he associated 
his son Pohert in the f^ov- 
emir.ent with him; he was 
careful to gain the favor 
of the church; an ahlc and 
sagacious' ironarch. 

I 

R03ERT TxHE, PIOUS, King of Prance = 
"born 971: cro7med 996; died 1031; 
a pupil of, Gprhert., afterwards 
Pope Sylvester II., under whoni he 
acquired a fair education; he ex- 
celled in nusic; passed his hours 
in conposing hymns and in deeds 
of charity: he had an amiahle and 
"benevolent disposition; '.vas excor;- 
nunicated by the Pope for marrying 
his second cousin Bertha, whom he 
finally divorced after the kingdor; 
was laid under an interdict. 



rKED'.VIGA of 
G er many , t hi rd 
wife . 



M:elAIDE of Poitou 



CANDIDA 
TAILLEFER, 
second wife. 



PRANCE 



HEI^niY I.; VJ-nz of Fr^ncc= 
"b or n 1005; died Au,^- • ^' y 
1060; as early as lOr'7 
he v/.v.s associated in the 
governr.:ont by Kobcrt, his 
father,- whoip. .he cucceeccd 
in 1051; his reirn v/as 
disturbed by insurrections 
in v/hich .Robert the. Devil, 
Duke of Normandy, was at 
first his ally and after- 
v/ards his enemy; he nade 
a treaty of peace in 1059, 

I : 

HUGH THE CRKAT, Count of Yerrr.andoj s 

Valois, Ch^umont and Amiens; inher-- 
i ted .the lands of his ^vife; he was 
second son of Kin,f^ Henry: died 1101 



i!INA of Ru-sia 



;A"f:ELA LE 
VERi'ANDOIS 



ROBERT LE BELLOMONT 
Earl of Leicester, 
1103; died 11J8. 



I 

:I?ABELLA IE VERMANCOIS 
m arr led sec o nd '.Vi 111 am 
de ".Vari'en, r:'nd Ea.rl of 
V:ari'en and fm-rey; she 
died Feb. 13, 1131. 



See BELLOLiO!IT and ^VARREN. 



F R A II C E --. 



LOUIS THE PIOUS = 
Emperor of the 
•Vest and King of 
France; D o r ri 7 7 8 ; 
crovmed r'.13; died 
840. (See France') 






EVERARD, jAike of Friuli 



:CIS] 



of France 



See FRIULI. 



F R A N C E r 



ROBERT, )X\1:q of the Franl:s = 
cror.ned at Paris 922; died 
923; called Kinc of France, 
(rse France*) 



=BEATRICE DE VER'.IAIJDOIS 



HERBERT II., Count of Vermandoi; 



HIL.DEBRANDS 
of France . 



See VERi'TAJ^JDOIsi 



R- RANG E ^. 



HUGH CAPET, Klnf: of I-Vance 
987; born 946; died 996. 
(See France^) 



•ADKLA of Ccr-nany 



RYTIERIUS v., Count of Hainault. 
977. 



1 

.HaDV/IGA of France 



See FJailAULT. 



F R A N C !I I A . 



1jAG0B~:RT, Kin:- of the Pranconianss: 
died A. D* 317. (See Fi-^ance') 

I 

CLCLOIIIH V,, King of the Franconians. 
"brot'Ver of Clod. i us IV., v/Ko died 
A, D. 319: he died A. D, 337. 



I 

RICHIKSR II,, King of the Fi^anconians 
died A, D. 3f)0. 



r 



THEODOKIR, King of the Franconians- 
died A. D« 360. 



CLODIUS v., lling of the FranconianGr= 
died A. D. 37B. 

I 

'.lARCOMIK v., la^;t King of the Franconians: 
slain in 'a oattle against the Ko^ians in 
393, 7/ho acquired hy tViat vi story such an 
ascendancy over th.e Fi'anhs as to prohi"bit 
the fresh election of a King, enjoining 
then to choose L^akes. 



GENEBALD 



PH/iRiVMOND, 5th Duke of East Fr-anconia 
"began to reign 420; died 430. 



■/"jKGOTTA of 
Franconia . 



See FRAIICE. 



P R A N C N I A^. 



RICHEMER, Duhe of Franconia GERTRUDE of Mosello 

' 1 

EGA, Mayor of the Palace r=.GEREERGA of Franconia 

to r'a,^o"bort I • 



See BAV/JilA. 



F R I E S L A M D T 



RATBOD, Kinr; of Fi^ieoland 



L 



WIGBERT, Diil-ie of Saxony — ■. SAKDACILLA of Friesland 



Pee SAXONY. 



F R I U L I -^ 



COUNT U!THOCO=== 
! * 

EVERARD, Trake of Priuli ==.GISLA of Franco 

LliDOLPH, Duke of Saxony/ = HEDV/IG A of Pi-^iuli 



See S/OCONY. 



G A I N I T 



ETKEIJ^.ED MUCIL 
Ealdorraan of 
the Gainl . 



EATBURH of Mei-cia 



ALFRED THE GREAT ==^ EALSWITHA 
Kinc of England . 



See ENGLilND. 



G E R l\ A M Y 



/ 



HEimy I., THE FOWLER = 
Emperor of Germany: 
Duke of :}i.ixony , 916: 
died 936. (S3e' Saxory) 



MATILDA of Rino-elheim 



HEMRY THE V.RAHGLER, iPdlie of Bavaria = 
younger "brother of Err^neror Otho !•: 
roGe ar-^ainst his brother with Eher- 
hard, tuV.e of Franconia, Gislehart, 
Ihahe of Lorraine, Frederick, /ii^ch- 
"bishop of 'iainz , and other pov/eruiil 
prelates, "but the rebellion v/as put 
do'.vn, and Henry pardoned by his bro- 
ther and ;;iven the duchv of Bavaria. 



f'E "'."RAr^GT. 



^, Duke of Bavaria 



HENRY THE" 7.RA:;ujjr.K 
rebelled ar^ainst the nev; Enperor 
Otho II., but the revolt v/as easily 
suppressed, and Henry the V/ran^ler 
was deprived of his duchy and im- 
prisoned. 



G E R W A N Y 



/ 



HEIJRY IT., Holy Po-an Znipc^ror = 
born 97 C; Gucceeded to the 
duchy. of Prive.ria 905; six 
years aftoiwards v/ent to I'ome 
;vit>i Emperor Otho III. to v/hon 
he rendered important services; 
on his death Honry tooh pos- 
sosrslon of the inGi,v;nia o.f the 
eiTiDire, arid v/a- crov\Ticd C7er:Tian 
hing at halnz, Jun. ^, 10C2 ; 
defeated the Lonhards; defeated 
Boloslaus II. of Poland 1005, 
and finally concluded a peace 
with the Poles: quelled insur- 
rections at ho~[e ; put down re- 
hellions in P2.andcrs ard ^:eis- 
sen; concluded a peace v/itri the 
Eui'gundianG and af^aln quelled 
the Lonihards; crowned En^peror 
of Rone 1014; canonized hy the 
pope, as he v/as a great friend 
of the clerf:^y and rave them 
great power; he died in 



ED^VAI^j) THE OETLAm 
Prince Ko3'-al of 
England . 



r 



CUNIGUNDE of 
Luxemburg . 



;ACATKA of Germany, married at 
the court of Hungary where her 
husband had fled to escape the 
Norrpans ; the hing of Hungary 
was her brother in law; when 
widow she dv/elt at Ronsey, 
Ha' r.p s ri 1 r e , England, i md e r W i 1 - 
liam the Conqueror* s care. 



See ENGL/uND. 



G E R U A N y r 



limiRY I., THE F0-.7iyER = 
Emperor of Germany; 
Duke of Saxony, 916; 
died 935. (See f^axony) 



MATILDA of r:ini::olhej.Tn 



I 

OTIiO I . , Emperor of C- or many 



1 



HUGH CAPET, King of France ■ .ADELA of Gsrr^any 



See ERiUICE. 



G'^E R l\ A N Y"*. 



LOUIS Trv: PIOUS, ?r:peTOV of the 'Vej-t 
(See BY an ere') 



.-f r 



LOUIS TilZ G:'K:L\!TIC, ^^mp-ro: 
Iling of Ba/aria fi-on 840 till his 
death in 076; also Kin-: of the East 
Fran /IS . 



CAHl,0:.'AN, llinr of Italy- 
]^in;T. of Bc/'/aria .:nd Car- 



nthia rron o/rj tiii n_3 



iJ. JLCJ. 



T ,i o + 1-1 ' -n '^QO 



u 



r 






ARMOLF, Eniperor of Germany -^ . ODA^ Princess of 
I>ake of Corinthia, S?0: ~ Bavaria. 
King of Germany, 887-0; 
Enperor 80? till his death 
in 899; crooned at Rone. 



OTHO THP CRKAT^ 
Dnke of Tuscany 



r 



See SAXONY. 



G I F P A R D . 



OSBORNE DE BOLEBEC: 



:.vr 



LINE, sister of GunriOra, 



v/ifc of Ei chard the Fc-ar- 
1 e G c Eu 1 ' e . o f M o r m and y . 



V/ALTER CIFPAKD, Earl of Longueville: 
and Euckinp-ham: one of '.Villiam's 
great captains in Normandy v/herc lie 
defeated Einr: Henry of Finance; he 
brought to tiie assistance of iiis ^ 
liinsnan tlie Conqueror, 30 ships and 
100 men, for which he v/ciS created 
Earl of Euckinghiam and Earsiial of 
Eng 1 and : h e . w a s d i s t in n;^ i s he d for 
gallant action in the battle of 
Hastinrs; he assisted in making the 
General Siii'vey of England; owner of 
107 lordships .in .the kingdom; cor.~ 
rnander of the ainy of Eilllarn Eufiis 
in Nor:nandy in 1089, and in 1102 
sided with Robert Curthose against 
Henry I., and died in this year 



rich;^e .fite-gilbert 

1st Earl of Clare, 



( 

RCH^-EIA GTFFARD 



See CLARE 1 



G I R I F, -r 



GEHOy, Lorci of Escaifo^r ana :.:onlreuil====p=. 

( 

ROBERT DE GEAETEEAISNEL ^==liAEISE DE GIROi; 



See GRMTEM AI SNEL . 



GLANVILLE / 



GEOFFREY BE GLAI'^/ILLE 



SIR JOHN DE GREY == EMMA DE GLANVILLE 



See GREYi 



G R A M T E l{ A I S M E L r 



HOBERT DE GEANTEEAirr 



I 

HUGH DE GRAlITEi-IAIoNEL- 

ibhilnent for his skill 
and coiirage; Slieriff 
of Leicestershire: 
died Peh. 22, 1094. 

ROBERT EE BLAEGHEAINES 
3rd Earl of Leicester: 
appointed to carry one 
of the sv/ords of state 
at the coronation of 
Richard I, 



J 



,HA7;i?S DE GIROIE 



ADELIZA LE BEAUMONT 



1 



=:ElTEaKIL LE GRANTEf'AIGNEL 



See BELLOECNT. 



G R A N T E 15. A I S N E L v 



HUGH TE GEAIITEnAIi^nEL 
(Gee GranternaisneV) 






ROGER I:IGOD.r^=:r=:Ai::-:LIZA LE GRANTE:iAIS1IEI 



See BIGOD. 



G R A Y . 



STEPHEN DE G3vAY 



L 



ALAN BASlET, Lord of V/ycunit r= 



1 

ALICE DE GRAY 
heiress of her 
father; to iuclcre 
frorr. an entry on 
the Close Roll 
she was one of 
the ladies at- 
tached to the 
person of the 
queen. 



See BASSET. 



GREY 



ANCHITEL TjE GRAY: 



I 

RICHARD J)V: GRAY 

I 

BE GRAY 



I 

JOHN LE GRAY^ 



r 



-HAV/IF^E 



HENI^Y LE GKEY = 
of Thurrocl:, 
EL'sex; liviii^ 
in the roirrs 
of Kings Rich- 
arc T , , John 
and H'enry III. 

I 

SIR JCKN DS GREY= 
Sheriff of EucR- 
i ngh ain sh i re and 
Re dford shire : 
Governor of 
Shrev/shury Gas tie 
and of Rover; 
Sheriff of Notting- 
hamshire and Der- 
byshire; died ice5. 



=1 SOLD A 
niece of 
Robert 
Bardolf . 



ELi^A 



LE CLAI'VILLE 



RSCIN/iLD LE GREY^ 
Ear on Grey; Jus- 
tice of Chester: 
died 1308. 



:::aul fitz-flgh 



G R E Y .- 



JOHN DK Gr.EY=: 
2nd Baron 
Grey; Justice 
of North 
^Vales; Gover- 
noi' of Caer- 
narvon Castle : 
Lord of Ruthyr. 
died 15?3. 



SIR JOHN NCRTOII 



XNI>iE FKRRKPS 
first v/ife . 



1 

,:aud le grey 



See NORTON. 



GREY' 



SIR JOi::i DE GREY 
of Eaton. 
(See Gre;^-') 



:E:,::.'A D;^ GLANVILLE 



PHILIP BASSET, Lord of V/ycumb ===-HA:7ISE GREY 



See BASSET. 



H A D S C K S 



SIR JOH:^ HADSCOiai: = 



SSIGNEUB D3 NORUIL'2 === .•«.•.. HADSCOKE 



See NCHTCN. 



H A I N A U L T . 



KYN''-RIU.^ v.. Count of Hainaalt : — 7---H:':DV;iGA of France 

, » 

EBLO, Count of "elms ==^P'.ATR ICE of Hainault 

and Koacj ; died 1033. 



See REII.'S. 



H A N S L A P E. 



^nCllAEL DE HATISLAP:^ = 



L 



V/ILLIAJl MAIII;UIT=:^::AUD 'DI. HAT'ISLAPS 

(-liamTDerlaJn to 

Pving Henry I ..,■•■ . 

' ■ .■ ■ ' 

See I.!AUDUIT. 



H A R C U R T . 



BERITAF^D, Lord of Karcourt , 
Cailevilie and Beaufidel: 
a no'b?t.er.ar of the royal 
"b ] o o cl of S a X o ry ; c ane t o 

Normancy wilh Rollo, 8?r, 



r 



TURGIIETIL, Seirncur de Tvrrqueville 
and Turqueranr.e ; Governor to 'Vil- 
li air! II., rruke of I'crTTiandy. 



( 

ANCHETIL= 
Sire de 
Harcou7"t . 



■KVE DE EOEHSY 



I — 

ROBERT IjF. }{.MtCOURT = 
"built the castle of 
Hare our tin N or man - 
dy, 1200. 

I 

v/illia:.' de hakcoubt = 

Lord of Ear court, 
Caileville, Beaufid- 
el in ilorniandy, and 
of the raanor of 
Stra.nton~under-Bardcn, 
Leicectercl':ire, Eng- 
land. 



1 

IVO LE H/J"-; COURT 



cm ROBERT DE H/vRCOURT, ?-T. 
Sheriff of V/arvricVchire and 
Leicestershire, 11P9-1201: 
died 120C. 



.ANGELiriE 
sister of 
Toustain, 
Seigneur de 
Montfort- 
cur-Risle . 



-IS/^JEEL DE CA]v!VILLE 



1 



V/ALERAII DE rIETJEURGK; 
Earl of V;arv7ick. 



-ALICE DE KiJ^XOlT-T 



See NEV3URGH. 



HARE. 



ROBr!:KT H/--RE of Lincolnshire ===== 

' > 

PCBEK^ 'NOPTON of ?:1nrl:etcell === AHIIE H/J^K 
Hertfordshire, living 1634. 



See NORTON. 



HATFIELD . 



LAVJ^ENCE llATFIELL: 
of Wil] G-'jf;h'!:y , 
Hot t in'~:harnshire . 



THOMAS CEAIIMER of ALlectcn 



J 

:Ag:ies eatpteld 



See CRANIAER. 



H I S B A M I A . 



INGRAM, Count of Kis"b^:nia = 



LOUIS th't; ptous 

Er:mero"»" of the 
V;est. 



I 

ITPMEMGARD]^ of Kisbania 



See FR/ilTCE, 



I T A L y'r" 



/X.B:':P.T, I'arquls of Ivr ea== GILP:ttE of Italy 

I 

EERElTGivH II., Kin;?- of Italy. r 

I 

ATvNOLF 11.^ 5th Count of Flanders : SUSAIiriA 



See FL/il^IDERS. 



••^ 



'•♦ 



*% 



I T A I. Y -r 



EVKPAKD, JjvV(J of Friulirr^z^CIPLA of France 



EI^IUaiGAK I*, King of Italy 



ALBF^RT, r^arquis of Ivi-ea ===iGiLETTE of Italy 



See ITALY. 



I V R Y . 



ASPERLENG 
a rich 
miller . 



r 



SPROTA of Genii s 
r.other of Richard . 
tie Fearless, Duke 

of Forrnancly. 



RUDOLPH of Ivry. 
the savage sup- 
pressor of the 
great peasant 
revolt of Nor- 
mandy . 



SENESCHAL C?EERN: 
murdered "by 
William de Mont- 
gomery in the 
bed-charrher of 
Yalliam II., 
Duke of Ilormandy 



«•«*•• 



of Ivrv 



Sec fitz-osb?:rn. 



J U E A E A 



/ 



!:OAH {roo Zn-;iarJ). 



I 

SHEM 



AJu^!IAX;.D 



I 

SALAH 



SB::Rr== 

' I — * 



I 

HEU = 



Ji 



( 

SEKUG 



I 

NAr'OP 



I — 

TERAH. 



I 



I — 

IS.\AC 



/viUH 



,r:EBECCA 



JACOB=== LEAH 
I — 

JUDAH==^TA!.-AR 

. » 

ph;JvEz== 



HEZROn 



JUDAEA. 



I 

ARAM==:=. 
\ 

a:.^i1:adai 



NA;.siiori. 
r 



J 



O --U-1. rl \J i < ~; ■ III -^ 1J_) 

; J 



130AZ 



KUTH 



I 



I 

JESSE 



I 

DAVID, King of the J 



p ', T' 



J 



SOLe^^ON, King of tho Je'vc 



J 



REHOEOAM, King of tho Jev/s = 



-:::ba 

■lEAII 

' ■ .'^ I ' ;' U 



AI3IJA\' 
I 



Ar;uBAH 



JEHOSOPHAT 
I 



i!.hUAU 



lATHALIAE 



AHAEi;i 

I 

JCASH = 



:i3i;Ji 



.JEHOADLAN 



JUDAEA'', 



A!.' 
U2 


1 

lA^- 

r 


:IAH 

M TT - 








'LI. 
■HA 


AH 




J 




1 







J rJ 

AHAZ ===AEI 



I 

III^Zl- KIAH ===-HEPZIEAH 



I 

MAriK5SE}i^='-:^?HULLE'.:ETlI 



A1.10N=:JEDEDIAK 



jcsiak=^ka:.!Utal 



I 

EDEKIAH or ::ATTAl!lAE 



,— — ~> 



HEREI-ION TEA 



See SCOTLAND^ 



J U P A E A^-r 



TZKAH (Sec Juce.ec/) 



IIAriOP:=:=:: ^.LC/dl . dau'-'/iiter of Haran, son of Terah 



-VVmIt?-' 



b::ti 



-..•:^:,M 



JACOB i^LZAH 



See JUD/iEa'. 



L A N . 



CiiRIEERT, Count of I ac)n 



PEPIil THE SHORT Y.lnT.' of Ft anc e ? " ■ ■ B: ^RTH/JJS of Laon 



See France'. 



LENS 



L/v?.'BERT; 
Earl of 
Lens . 



V/ALTHEOF 
Earl of 
Hunting- 
don; be- 
headed 
1075. 



:MAUD DE EURGO 
half-sister of 
V.'illiara the 
Ccncueror . 



I 

•JUDITH of Lens 
After V/altheof's 
death she refused- 
to marry Simon 
Senlis owing to 
his halting in 
one leg; which 
displeased V.'il- 
liar.- the Conquer- 
or so much that 
he seized her 
estates of Hunt- 
ingdon and impris- 
oned her and her 
daughter in the 
Isle of Ely in a 
state of privation 
and obscurity. 



See DEmiARp:. 



L N G C H A M P "T 



HUGH m: LONGCHAI.IF 
of V/ilton Castle, 
Herefordshire . 



V/ILLIAI', LORD PITZ-HUGH 



HA\-^E DE L0IIGCHA].:P 



See FITZ-HUGH* 



/ 



LORRAINE . 



GILEKIvT, Tiil-re of Lorraine ===. GEREERG A of Saxony 



/iBERT I., 3rd CGunt.==GZRBERGA of Lorraine 
of Yerrrianciois * 



See VERl.^MDOIsl 



L U G H T N . 



ADAM DT: I.OUGKTOI!- 



1 



CILBLF:? C!:Ar^7/r:H of flutter ten ■ ■ .- IDA l^E LCUCHTON 



See CRANMER. 



II 



M U R H U G H 



MURClIARTj^ 



v/a:; tl'ie ch]er moans cf "b^^in^^in;;; about 
the j]n;"';liGa invcicion of Iroland; his 
terrltorj^ vra;^ invadGd. 'bj'- I^odcricl: C 
Connor, the lact monarch cf Ireland, 
IIG^, and he was put to fli:;:ht: re- 
turning from hnp;land '7ith Pi chard- de 
Clare, ^'^rtron£:ho\7, 1170 ho defeated 
Roderich, .entorod Duhiin, and after 
great slaurbtcr m.ado himn-olf m.aster; 
he died a^-ed C5: he was a man of tall 
stature, ^md larre sno rreat body,. a 
valiant and bold v/c.rrlor; from his 
continial shoutinr- his voice was very 
hoarse: ha chooe to be feared rather 
than loved*, hie hand v/as against all 
men, and all mion arainst hum.. 



i^vE o'toolr; 



RlCH/JUVhr^ CLARE, STROIIGBO'.'; 
2nd. Earl of Pem.br o he • 



■:VA :'acMURROlJGH 



See CLARE. 



M A R S H A L 



GILBERT T.^AR^r-CHAI.L 



I 

JOHN MARESCIIALL 



J 



WILLI ALI MAHGHAL, Earl of Pernbroke.= 
married in 11B9 "before the coron- 
ation of Richard the Lion-Heart- 
ed: acquii'ed tlie earldO!:i of Pen- 
broke from his wife; "bore the roy- 
al sceptre at the^ coronation; left 
"by Richard as one of the- assistants 
in the government of the realm ,v/hen 
that nonarch went to the h.oly Land; 
became Lord I'arshal to I\ing John in 
1199; hi,2;h slier iff of Sussex and 
Gloucester; was granted by King 
John Goderich Gastlo in Kereford- 
shiro, and the whole province of 
Leinster, Ireland; strenuous sup- 
porter of th.o king in the baronial 
iijsurrections ; gua.rd.ian of Eing 
HePiTj'- III.; defeated the Earo;'',s at 
Lincoln; the most eminent states- 
man and soldier of his time; dis- 
tinguished for his piety and at- 
tachment to the church; died 1?!19. 



•ISABEL DE CLARE 



HUGH BIGOD, ord 
of Norfolk. 



irln 



.EAUD E/J^EEAL, obtained the 
homestead-manor of Hemps ted- 
Wars Hall ,• Berkshire: v/ith 
the office of I"arshai of En 
-land whtch v.'as inherited 
by her son. 



£j 



See BIGOD. 



M A U D U I T--» 



WILLIAM !,:auduit===.::aul le hanglape 

Chambe r 1 & i n t o 

r.in|2' Keiiry I . 



WILLI AM MAULUIT 
feudal Eai^on of 
HanslaDe . 



.ALICE BE NE77BURGII. 



wiLLiAJ' i,:auluit= 

Ear on of E.anslape 
r: ar 1 of V.'a r v; 1 c k . 



WILLIAM EE EEAUCKALa^: 
Lord of Elnlcy; The 
Blird Ear on . 



_- J 

ISABEL MAUDUIT 



See BEAUCKA!,^?. 



M C DO TI A L D-T 



ALAII L'cDONALD 
Lord of Callo- 

WliV. ■ 



ROGER DE QUIIICY- 
2nd Earl of 
\yinchester , 



MiJ^G/Jii^jT of huntinrfdcn 



1 

■HELEII r;cB0NAL3:) 



See QUINCY, 



M E L L E N T^. 



iVALERAIT, Count of :'.ellent 



L 



ROGER DE BELLOEONT ■ AEELIMA D'l: EELLENT 

Earl of '.Varwlcl:, a 
Norman noTjle of 
v/ealth and bi-fvei^^'. 



See BELLOIIOMT. 



M E R C I A 



LEOFT^IC==^ 
I 

ai::lfgab=: 



I 

AELFGAR: 



J 



J 



LEOFRIC. 

I — — 

LEOF'.TIIJE, Earl of I.^ercia=n 
Ealdornan of the Hwiccac, 
Worcestei'sliii'e . 

r 



LEOFHIC, Earl of I-'ercia = 
appointed "by Canute in 
1017 Earl of Chester and 
soon after succeeded his 
father as Earl of "ercia; 
on the death of Canute he 
supported the clains of 
Harold; acted as mediator 
X)r even ting civil war in 
1051; died in 1057; he 
and his v/ife were cele- 
brated as builders of 
c hur Che s and inona s t e r i e s , 
chief aTiong them being 
the groat irdnster of Cov- 
entry; he was the great- 
est man in Edward the 
Confessor's Court v/ith 
the exception of Earl 
Godv;in; he went by the 
name of Leofric, Lord of 
Bourne, in East Anglia« 



=.GODIVA, sister of 
the Sheriff of 
Lincolnshire; the 
fainous ^'Lady God- 
iva" of legend; 
the r;Ost beautiful 
as Y/ell as the most 
saintly v/oman of her 
day* a descendant of 
Jarl Cslac. 



M E R C I A 



I 



ALGARj Earl of V:ercia.-= 
Earl of East /-Tiglia, 
1051; resigned his 
Earldom to Harold the 
next year, but re- 
sumed it again in 1055; 
in 1055 he v;as "banished 
having shelved his im- 
scrupulous and treach- 
erous disposition by 
allying hinself with 
Griffith of Wales and 
ravaging Herefordshire ; 
Harold v^as sent against 
then and peace was 
quickly made, one of 
the conditions "being 
that Algar should "be re- 
stored to his earldoir,; 
in 1057 on his father's 
death he succeeded to 
the earldom of Icercia: 
outlawed again in 1058, 
he V7?.s once nore re- 
stored to his earldoir; 
and seer.s to have spent 
the latter years of his 
life in peace and good 
works; he died Derhaps 
in 1062. 



ALGTVA 



RAIIULPH LL BKICA£ARD=: 
1st Earl of Chester: 
came v/ith '.Villi am the 
Conqueror, 10G6; died 
1123, 



See 

MESCHINES, 



1 

LUCIA of Llercia 

inherited the 
lands of the 
family: m.arried, 
first, in the 
Conqueror ' s tim.e , 
Ivo Taille"bois; 
second, in the 
tiric of Honry, 
Pon->'t Ett:^-Gerald. 



K E R C I A^ 



■7IGLAF, Kin;^ of ^'ercia== CYI^rATIiRYTK 

1 ' 

nICraiNlj, -un;^ of r^ercia : ELFLEDA of y.etcla 



ETHLLHED MUCIL -=^E;a:BURII of Morcia 

Ealdornan of 
the Gain! , 



See GAINI. 



I;I E R C I A "-T 



;70DEN, Kin^ of thi I'orse =:FEEA 



(Ges Englanu 



^VEOLTHELCAET , 



•) -vnr' o T 



A'nr'oln 



;VAGA. 



of i^p:om 



V;iHTLA:^G, Ein,: of Anreln 



r 



Y,T:R::UND5 Kln^ of An~eln== 



OPFA, i'in^. of /^^-oln 



r 

I 

EOMER, Ein^ of An;::elr 

r 
IClJj, Einr of An-'oln = 






CYNE;;AI.L, -Ang of /j^reln 



CEEODA, 1st ElTir of :.:orci 



I 

PYBBA, E.ing of ''orcia 

I " 

cee7:aeh — . 



cuLv;/E>: 






M E R C I A"'. 



I 

CYNREON =-. 

\ 

BAGS A 

I — 

CUTrIB':RT 



J 



J 



J 



CEOLiVULF,. "'iri^ of Kcrclo 



L 



V7IG::UND, Kins of !:ercia ^LFLI^DA of Morcia 



See MERC I AT 



M E S C H I N E S r 



RANULPH, Viscount Eayei:;: 



r 

KANULPH T)£ !:E.SCHir:rf^ = 
Vis c c;un t Ea,y eux . 

I ~ 

PAIIULPH DE EPICAr/Jr^Dn 
Irjt Earl of Chester: 
canie with V.illit.ir the 
Conqueror in lOf 6 ; 
died 1128. 



J 



■ALICE of Norrnandv 



^■■^AUL LE AVEKANCPP; 
-LUCIA of Vercia 



KANULPil I-i: GlP:;0:^S = 
Snd Earl, of Chest- 
er; died under ex^ 
c orrjuuni c a t ion, 1155. 

I : 






HUGH LEVEL T OK = 
5rd Earl of • 
Chester; re- 
"belled ag<iinst 
King Henry II,, 
and ivas iiri- 
Drifjoned . 



■ BELTrED i:e evereux 



WILLi;j.^ DE PELEEK: 



lAGNES DE KEPCHIiTE? 



See FERRERS. 



M OUTGO !.i E H Y -r 



ROGER DE !.!Ci'TGOVERY= 
corpi)anion of V/illiarn 
the Conqi;eroi-; Esrl 
of Aru7idel and 
ShrcvGhury ; Count of 
AlcntyOu . 



ROBERT PITZ-HA;.^ON = 
Ii:arl cf Cloucecter 
Lord of Cortoil in 
Ilormandy . 



,WABEL TALVAG 
buried Rec . 5, 
1082. 



1 

.GI3IL RE ].10NTG0MERY 



5ee;FITZ-HA]v!0N. 



\ 



M C R E T I.^ r 



CECFFHT:Y, Count of ■:oreton 



HEIiKY TfZ NEV3UHG1I ==^ l:A]<G;JIET DE LiORETON 
Earl of Vferv/ick. 



See NE\3URGH. 



M R T I I! E R -r 



ROGER, LORD I'OKTI!-:ER 



L 



1 



V/ALCKELIIJS D^ BEAU CHAMP JOANE MG^TIr.'EP 



See BEAUCKAilP. 



I.! S E L L E . 



ANSBERT, I>uke on the r.'osollo 
(See France') 



ELI TIL of PranlvS 



RICi;E:AEE, Duke' of Franconia ==?i GLKTRLDE 



See FRAI-TCONIA? 



M U R R Y . 



ROB^KT lAURKY of Ilcrthall, Ecdf orcf:hire .■ 



I 

T1:0':A" lIonTOK of Pherpenhov/=r=."LIZAEETK MIKRY 

Bedford ::l:i re . 



See NORTON. 



N E \'J BURG H-r 



ROGER DE BELLO:X':iT: 
Earl of He 1 lent 
and V/arv/icl-'* 
(See EellOTTont) 

I 

HEIIRY LE NSV/EURGH = 
Earl of V/ar\7icl-:; 
his name appeai^G 
as a witness to 
the Charter of 
iving Henry J , . 
ccnfirninr; th.e 
laws of Edward the 
Confessor . 



I ' 

ROGER LE MEV.-BURGHrr^ 

2nd Earl of V.'ar- 
v/icl:. 

I 

WALERAII DE NEWEURGH 
<th Earl of V.'arwich 



'AT^ELIIIA EE EELEEITT 



e/iRc;a]"^et eoreton 



:Gu:xr}:d de 'varren 



ALICE DE KARCOURT 



V:iLLIA!.i MAUEUIT 
Earon of Han- 
slape , 



1 

•ALICE DE NEVrBURGH 



See MAUDUIT. 



N R M ANDY 



TKEOBOTAIn^ Duke of Sleo\TicV 
in 

e i gli t h c en tur y 

f 



the beginninc: of the 



.GUNDELLA of 
Bellancted. 



J 



rASCRIBA of 'SOTMny 



EUSLIIJ. 

1 — 

REGEriv;/iLD, Earl of Mar and the Orcacles^ 

General to his coucin Harold the Fair- 
Kaired, ?'inc of Norway, \tho created 
bin Lord of North and South I'vira and 
Jarl of Orkney . 



ROLLO TEE VIKlrIG, 1st Duke of ]Jormandy= 
■banished from riorvfay "by Harold the 
Fair-haired on account of his piratical 
depredations; went to the HelDrides, 
gathered a "band of Ilorsenen and landed 
on the east coast of England, whence 
they set forth to the coast of France 
v/ith their fleet, sailing 'up tlie Seine 
and pillaginr; the country, i-n 876; 
defeated Charles the Sinple; narched 
on to Paris; defeated 911: converted to 
Christianity; duke frcn 9j1 to 927; he 
died in 931. 



r 



= KILDR 
first 
wife , 



POPPA DE 

SEIITES 



V/ILLI;lM LOIIG-SIVORL, 2nd Duke of NorTr.andy = 
927-945; naturally of a peaceable dispos- 
ition; \7ished to become a monk; but when 
required by circumstances to exert him- 
self he showed that he Inherited the val- 
or and conduct of his father: murdered in 
942-3 by his pretended f^-'iend but really 
bitter enerzy 'l^rnolf I., Count of Flanders 



SPROTA 
of Sen- 
lis. 



II R IvI A N D Y 



I 



RICHARD THE FEARLE?.r~ 
3rd r>u>:c of IJorinandy 
945-996: "boi^n 933; 
ten yearc old at his 
father's death; re- 
gency 6 s t abl i shed : 
wars V7ith France and 
Flanders: ax)pointed, 
955, {guardian of Hugh 
Capet, afterwards 
Kin[^^ of I-Yance; died 
996; noted for cour- 
age , mi Idne s s , jus- 
tice and every prince- 
ly virtue . 



r 



:GUNTJORA 
of nohle" 
Dan 5 sh 
parentaf^e ; 
sister of 
Her fast . 



RICKAI^J"; THE GOOi:-- 
4th Luke of Nor- 
ir.andy, 9 96 -10? 6; 
married throe 
times: died 1026. 



JUDITFi of Erjttany 



ROBFRT THE !:AG]IIFIC£1:T = 
6th Jjuy.Q of Nor r. and y, 
1028-1055; appointed 
King Henry I., of France 
guardian of his son 
Willi am, and r^ade a 
pilgrir:a£'e to the Holy 
Land as an expiaticn- for 
the cruelties of which 
he had been guilty: 
visited the' Pope; died 
of a fever, 1035, on his 
return; buried at Nice. 



-ARLETA of Crov 



NOR !v! ANDY 



V;iLLIAM THS CCNQ11ERCE = 
I'ing of England; "born 
1027: died In Koue n , 
N o r mandy , Sept. 9 , 
1087; l^ecair.e LuV.q of 
Norriandy ar.id dissen- 
f; i on s and v/ar s ; de- 
feated the Eurgundians 



1047 



.C.eG the French 



against An.icu ; visited 
England 1051; cari-'icd. 
on '.vars for several 
years; clair.ed the 
throne of England and 
was- supported hy the 
Pope: landed 60^,000 
men ne ar has t i n f;s , and 
fcueht and defeated 
Harold, Oct. 14, 1066; 
crcvmcd Eec. 25; de- 
feated the Saxons, 
Scots and Eanes; ir.ade 
war upon his son Rob- 
ert in :Iorniandy; Tr:ade 
an expedition to V/ales 
lOSl; and at last upon 
the King of France ; 
buried at Caen. 



.MAT ILL A of Flanders 
married' 1053; v/r ough t 
the fanvous Eayeux 
T ape s try ; s he mar - 
I'ied first Gerhod the 
P'leming. 



N R M A II 13 Y 



I 

HE^rRY I., King of I>giand, "born 10^8:- 
died near Kou.en, Tec. 1, 1135; his 
father prodicted that he would cecoT.e 
master of "both England and Korir.andy; 
in 1100. v.'hGnV'i 111 ar II. was slain 
Henry rode inuiediately to V.'inohiester 
and ohtain-ed the croivn: made liberal 
pi'om.isGS and concessions; conciliated 
the clergy and Saxons; imprisoned his 
ihrother Rohert: defeated the French; 
after the deatl' of his son V.illia:".! in 
llf^O I'.enry was never seen to smile; 
he brought his daughter to England 
and m-aae- the nobler svv'ear fealty to 
her; he lavished affection on his 
natural son Kobert; he v;as surnaried 
Beauclerc for his fondness for lit- 
erature : 




ROBI.KT THE CCNC^U: 
Earl of Gloucester 
natural son; born 
in Mellent; called 
soTTie times "Robert 
de ''client" or 
" Pitz-'Roy" ; a r.an 
of diploriacy and 
ability. 



-AY;.:ON 



RANULPH DE GERNONE, 2nd Earl cf Chester 



AUD 



See MESCKINES, 



N K !.T A N D Y 



nCHAKC I., Tul'e of dormancy 
( S-ee NorTriandy) 



ETHELFxl^D II., Kir.r of Lngland 



• GUNNORA 



r^:.!i:A of rioririandy 



Bee ENGLAlIDf 



11 R :•! A N D Y .— 



RICHARD 11., 4th Dul'e of Norr.andy ^=P= JULITH of 

Brittany. 



(See jor-nancv') 






RANULPH, Viscount Bayeux=ALICE of Normanciv 



See HT^SCKINES. 



II R 1.1 A II D Y ^r* 



ROBERT II., eth T.'ulie of ilormandy 
(See Nor:r!and^'0 



RICHAI<D GOZ, Viocount of Averanclie = 'lAKC ARET 
Earl of Chester. or '.'AUD 



See AVERAIICHE. 



NORTON . 



f 



SEICin^UP 'CI' NOIiniLK'^==Lacly VALOIS 

a c c o ni p a n i e d V; i 1 1 j ar. 

the Ccnqiicrcr into 

England and was his 

ConGta"blc. 



. J 

SKIGNEUK DE NORUTLE 



Eaurhter of Lord E/vRR 



SEIONEUn ]>E ::QKIIILE r .Raurriter of Count DALBEMOIITE 

J - 



^ > v» i ': V, \\ r~ 



,AUEL1NA riEVILL of Ra^bv 



is.\«>^ ^' 



J ^lo!j.j;i ■>; !Vi'(^u^ \txi;| -s ;, J i,C/»Ti "r-.n-crf^o^Ti: 






I 

SEIGNEUR LE NGRUILE 
or Norton . 



I — — 

SEIGIIEUR LE EOEU^LE 
or Nort.;.n. 



JGRICIA LAilPRE RE CGURT 



EAI^FCOKE 



I 

r^TR JGKE RE NCRTGN' 
or Eoruilc of YorE- 
shire . 



:Eady EAGSINGEOirREE 
daiip;Etei' and coheiress 
of Monsi[^nor Bassinr-;honrne . 



-^AUD RE grey: 



I 

JOKN EORTGN, of f^harponhou, Bedfordshire 



r 



JGHE I!GRT.:N, of Gharpcnhov/ irr= 
in Gtreatly, Bedfordshire. \ 






NORTON. 



THOMAS ;'C1:T0N of Shi^rrjenhow 
Bedfordshire . 



THOMAS NORTON of rharper-ihowr: 
CcunGelloi' of t:-e Law. 

H0B"H1* NORTON of Mar]:c;tcell ,- 
Hertfordshire; livinr. 1^34. I 



GEORGE NORTON, the ei^irrant .== 
car.io to Nov; Ercland in 1029: i 
settled at Salem, Nass.: v;as 
made freeman I'.ay 14, 1034: 
reracved to Gloucester ahcut 
1641; Selectrr.an, 16<?'-3; Rep- 
resentative to the General 
Court, 3(^42, 1644; removed to 
Ip.sv/ich and shortly afterv/ard 
to '.Venharn, v;here he died 16 50, 



rNLIZABETH r^URHY 
first wife . 

•N-RO/RNT CRANLiER 
first wife . 



^NNE HARE 



i".ARY, married 
second Philip 
Fo7/ler . 



I 

GEORGE NORTON, born Nar. ?0 , 1641; = 

baptized October, 16^-7; married Oct. 
7, 1669; settled ai Ipswich where he 
lived till 3.67 5 when he rem:0ved to 
that part of Oprin^fi.eld which af-- 
t e r w a.T d b e c v. r^e u f f i e 1 d : ' f r e e m an i n 
1601; r.electm.an and Representative 
to General Court in 1*^90; died Nov. 
15, .1696. 



SARAH HART 
died Jun. 

O 'r 1 -- O <"' . 

tvO , J. <: c .- • 

first wife 



NORTON . 



I 

TlIOMAr ITGKTON of Ipswich r= 

bcrn 1G74- at Ipswich; t^/ot- 
rice I!oY. 14^ 1700: teach- 
er of the IpE\7l-o}i 'Granimar 
School, 1716: DeacoPx of 
thie Church; v.ealthy; hle^- 



Fvil. 



1744; he has an 



i n t c : • c 3 1 i nr; e p i t a p 1 1 . 



I " 

T]io:,^Ar: nckton of ipc^vich^^^ 

born -Jul. P, 17 05; riar- 
rifici Jan. 2f] , 1728 at Ips- 
V/ich; rraduatec harvard 
Col lore 1725; Master of 
the IpGv/ich Gr acinar School 
June 20, 1720; ccntini^ed 
"till 1740; la v.-y e r h y pi^ o - 
f e s G i o n ; li 1 r h 1 y est c e iri e d : 
di:ed 1750. 



I.'.:']]\CY RIJ2T 
horn about 
1672: died 
Jan. 6, 1722. 



LV 



?"PKIN2 



born about 1702; 
baDtized I'^OS. 



I 

NATHANIEL liOhTCN of Durban r==. ^'UR 1 1: 
N. h.: bar-ti.-zed at Ipswich bor 
Aug. 24, 1735; died Apr. 22, 172<^ 
12S0; married about 17C6; re- Var. 
moved to South Bei^v/ick, 'le . : 
thence to Lirrhar. ; school- 
teacher 176"C-7; v;as a ne-^ber 
or the lurha^x Party v/ho cap- 
tured Port n'illian and Yiary 
in Lecerber, 1774; Deacon in 
the Chui'Ch; re^-oved to Eorvricl 



about 
d i e d 
b^ll. 



1 
-- J 



NoUTON-.-At Chicago, 111., Sunday, December 19, 
lt»'>, Niithaniel Norton, in the f:'.(l yf.'ar of his age. A 
loHK aiifl active life was marked by a quiet and al- 
ino.-,i painless cli'?e. Mr. Nurton was born in South 
Berwlck.Mo., and his youth rndeurlyrjaiihoo.l v. ere 
passed in New England, where, under the training 
of devout Christian parents, he -n as early instruct- 
ed in the doctrines of evant-'tlical truth, from which, 
during his Ions lU'c. be never fv.erved. Jn >r2 !ie 
came -ftct and entered into business in Sharon, 
Whiteside County, III. He there met and, in ISW, 
was marr.ed to Miss S. A. Getty, Of New York, who 
survives him. A few years after his marriage he re. 
moved to the vicinity of Hock Island, and in ltU7 
came to ClncaB<i. The enterprise of this young city 
suited the energetic spiritof Mr. Norton, aud he was 
for many years one of its prominent business men. 
Engaging successfully in the lumber and grain trade 
in IStV! he retired from active business, and devoted 
himself to the care of his real estate. During the 
forty years of his residence in Chicago Mr. Norton 
was identilied with its religious \\ork. He united 
with the Third Presbyterian Church in l,-^.-<, the tlrst 
year of its orgauizatum, and was for many years one 
of its ruling elders, and was connected with it at 
the time of his death. He was an ardent lover of 
ni3 cLiurcii, cugagintr in all its work with the energy 
which characterized the man. He was a working 
Christian, believing in Jesus as a personal Savior, 
and resting upon him in full assurance of faith, he 
constantly sought opportunities to tell others of a 
Christ mighty to save. He lived his faith day by day; 
he loved the house of God and the place of prayer, 
and was never absent from the Sabbath sorvieo, or 
from the weekly pri..yer-mceting, unices detained by 
sickness. For nearly fifty years he was a vorker in 
the Sabbath-scUool, fultiliing the duties of teacher 
with faithfulness and delight; carrying his pupils 
daily to the mercy-seat, visiting them in their homes 
and seeking constantly to win them to Christ. When 
the weakness and infirmities of advancing years 
caused him to-renlize thai life's work was nearly fin- 
ished, he seemed the more earnest and untiring in 
his labor for souls. The continued failure of phys- 
ical strength compelled him at length to relinquish 
first his secular business, then his work as Bible- 
class teacher, and flnaliy attendance upon the serv- 
ices of the church, which had been so long and faith- 
fully maintained. He submitted without a mur- 
mur, brightening with the cheery sunsiiine of his 
own spirit, even to the close of life, the home he 
loved. Mr. Norton was in his early life a strong 
anti-slavery man, in the days when it was unpopular 
to take such a siand. and the cause of the f r-ee<lraen 
always had a warm place in his heart. He was an 
advocate not oniy of temperance but of total absti-^ 
nence, and a friend and supporter of all social and 
religious reforms. Be was a lovinghusbacd, a kind 
and indulgent father, a firm friend^ r^nd an upright 
business iuan. His disposition was humble and 
1 childlike, his faith iu his fellow-men was great, be- 
' cause, pure '\n his own thoughts, he w:is slow to 
thiak evil of others. To his family and his friends 
he has left the greatest legacy that can be left to 
those we love when we are gone— the legacy of an 
honored name and a blameless life. 

" Long he waited by the river. 
Learning lessons strange and sweet; 
The perfect work of patience done. 
The war fare finished, victory won. 
The peace at Jesus" feet." 
The summons, "Come np higher," came suddenly, 
and as in a moment he passed from the weakness of 
earth into eternal and ecstatic strength, how sweet- 
ly must have fallen on his ear, "Thou hast been 
faithful unto the end. enter into the joy of the 
Lord." 



NORTON . 



tVINTHROP EURrlKAf.! I^ORTOT] = 
■born'1?f8; died Jul. ri, 
1844; lived in EeryncV; 
rer.ioved to Portsr;outh, 

t tliere in 



T-[ 



:ercr: 



1807;' :-e^':OVod to South 
Berv/ick, where ho ioinod 
t h G c h\\ r c h in 1311; r e - 
TTiOved to Foi^tland, ].'e . , 
T/hore he vic.F. in 'bu:=^iness 
in 1P?.7 ; died in C;>:ford, 
"buried Sou.th 



.■;e 



horn 
I'ar . 
r.arr 



Thy GC"T:Lh . 
]773: died 

9, lesa; 

led Oct. 5, 1789; 
I v/ifc , ■ 



NATHArjIEL tTOHTOiT of Chicagor 
corn at South Eerr/ich, Ae , , 
Aar. 10 J 1804; died hec . 18, 
1887 at Ghica^:o; -^arried at 
S h c T o n , '.'h i t f i s i d e Co u n t y . 



11 



J. • , 



■eh. 81, 185 



or:^n 



of Chica;~o. 

L" ^ rii 'J - >- -'^ -^ - 



: AUGUSTA 
horn Jul 



at 
18' 



tnaror 



SALLY ANN GETTY 
h om at 8 a 1 e T! , 
V'ashinrton County , 
!•:. Y.,^yar. 87, 
l^a8; died at Chl- 
car;o Oct. 31, 3^83. 

ANN NORTON 
. "!P, 1^'40 

nain-ied 






fic<.i >/>>-... -e 



■/ 



IT R VI A Y -. 



OL/JF-, I'in£ of i^orvMiy. 



I 

RSGINALI^. 



SUSLIN A SCRIIiA 



See NORMMDyC 



R L E A N S ^. 



EUDES, Earl of Or leans IIIGELTrurE 

CHj\:REES the EAIJ: — - — EP s-EETRULE of Crleano 
Emperor of the 
IVest, Eing of .... 
France « 



See FRANCeC 







TOOLE 



I.:URTOGH O'TOCL}', King of Dii-blin 
' Loi^d of Inaile; chieftain of 

Hy Murcy, and hie pOo;'^essions 
■- conprised ahout hr-lf of the pre 
ent count^^ of Kildare, from 
v/hich he v/as dispo-^jGesocd hy th 
English and driven into the fas 
ne G s G 5 of V:i c 1:1 ov/ ; the 'Tool 
claim an ancient 'hile&ian des 
fro:n Catiiaor .hore, rin;~: of 
ster, of the hererionian. race, a 
cestor of Laorrrave, the first 
Clir i 3 1 i an r.on arch of I re 1 and , 
contenporary v/ith Saint Patricl 



BCf- 



ent 



DERMOT HacLluRROUGH 



I — 

1^1 0'T( 



' BYRHi 



i-in;-: of 



Mn 



+ 



See MacMUBROUGil. 



P E V E R E L 



^VILLI/JI PEVEKEL = 
Lord of Nottin^;:- 
harn: died FeT?- 
T nary J 1117; 
suppoc^'jci to have 
"been a natural 
son of Valliain 
the Conaueror . 



V/ILLIiUI DE PEPRERS 
7iTCi Earl of Lerhv . 



ALELINA DE LATICASTER 
in 1140 she was par- 
dor^ cd "by the Ein^ 
e i f^h. t e o n s ii 11 1 i n£: s 
duo for Lane geld 
in that vear . 



^ 

:.:arg/u^et peverel 



See FEPJIERS, 



P L A N T A G E IT E T ^ 



Earl of Warren and 

Swrrey* 



ROGER BIGOD, Earl of Nor foil: • -ir^AB-X PLAIITAGENET 



See BIGOD. 



Q U I N C Y"r 



SAiER l:^ QUIKCy = 
of BiiGli"by, North- 
arnptonshixe : 
lived in the 
reign of Kin^ • 
Kenry II • 

1 ■ 



::aud de cenlis 



SAIKR DE QUIIICY^= 
Earl of IVinches:- 
ter: one of the 
I'aftna Chart a ' 
SurotiCL-,='1215; 
died 1219 on his 
v/ay to JerucalCF;, 

I 

ROGEK DE QUIHCY= 
2nd Earl of IVin- 
Chester: died 
3264. 



WILLIAM DE FEKHEKG 
7th Earl of Derby 



::arc;ii}-t kc bellomokt 



HELEN :,'.cECNj\LD 
first wife • 



:!/JR CARET DE QUINCY 



See FERRERS. 



R E I L! S • 



Ri::NAUi), Count of Reins ^^^^-^^ALEREDA of Finance 
died 9?3» 



I 

GILBERT, Count of Reins and Row^i 
"buried in the Cathodr-al of Poinds . 



r 



EBLO, Count of Reins BEATRICE of Hainault 



md Rouci, died 1033. 



HILD7;iM, Count of Roue: 
and '.!on td idler. 



r:\EELA RE l^CUCI 



See ROUCI. 



R I N G E L H E I M -r 



WIGESKT, I>al:e of Saxony 
(.^ee Paxony) 



.rANDACILLA of Frieslancl 



WOLFURT, Count of Kingelheirr. 



TliEGDORIC, Count of Oldenburf- 



J 



HEin^Y I., THE FGV^^EE 
Emperor of Germany 



:'ATILijA of Kingelhein 



See SAJCONY. 



R M E • 



M/\T?CUS kU-ECTLIUS AVITl]£ = 
Emperor of the West; was 
raised to the throne "by 
the ar^si stance of Theo- 
doric II., 3'ing of the 
Visigoths, A,D, 455; but 
after a year's reign was 
deposed "by Count Ricirner 



CAIUS SOLLIUS SIDOUIUS APOLIJM/^J^IS ^=: 
Bishop of Clermont; Prefect of Rone 
Senator and Count: "born 451-2; died 
482; a poet and author of prominence 



1 

PARI MILL A 
of Rome . 



See /iPOLLINi\RIS. 



R U C I-^ 



IIILLT.!', _ Count of Kouc:.==:^ADELA LK IIOUCI 



L 



^:i'r;: 



C:-i;nt of Clermont .:=r=::;j;:;Ll<r:T DZ nouCI 



See CLERMONT. 



p: u 



S I A 



PUKIlt THE PEACEFUL, Prince of Rut^sia 
merr.'ber of tbe tribe of Varia,)?;-Pv.ss 



Ku 



;ia 






In rv<eden v.-ho came to 
\7ith his tv;o brotliers and all nis 
followers zin6 cettlcd on LaVe linen; 
after the death of his hr others he 
"became prince of all the land around 
Hovrorod ; ]'.e divided the T)ov;er anorg 
his followers and set the^n O'v'-er fort- 
resses to hi o 1 d t h e v. nr u 1 y t r l ly e s in 
close Euhjectlon; Furih I'eirned 17 
yeai^s, "being busily engarred in the 
r.eanv'hile in qnellinr: insurrections 
ancng the people of rlovr; orod : he died 
in p.'/ 9, and loft his son Igor, a "boy 
four years old, in care of his hins- 
nan Cler, a prince of talent and 
enternrise . v;ho died in 01?. 



I 

IGOR, Prince of Russia = 
succeeded Oleg; su"b" 
due d t h e Lr e v 1 i an s ; 
made an expedition a- 
gainst Constantinople 
"but Instead of attack- 
inr the city he ravaged 
the provinces ?/ith fire 
and- sv/crd, r^utilating, 
crucifying and tortur- 
ing his prisoners, des- 
troying- chui-ches and 
prosperous towns; he 
uas defeated in 941; 
in 944 he organized 
another e>:pedition "but 
was offered a ti'i"bute 
"b^/ the Fcir.an emperor; 
peace v/as riade ; Igor 
vras hilled "by the Lrev- 
lians in 04 5 ♦ 



=SAinT OLGA, a descendant 
of G ostomy si , after hor 
husharid ' s death severe to 
v.T'cah vengeance on the 
Pre V 1 i an s : c c used their 
am'bassadors to "be buried 
alive and scalded to 
death; hilled 500 in bat- 
tle; besieged their city 
and caused it to be des- 
tro^y'od by fire thj^ough 
her stratagem: having 
avenged Igor's death she 
made a triumphal progress 
through all her dom.inions 
regulating tribute and 
founding villages and 
castles; was converted to 
Christianity and became 
a Taint: she resigned her 
throne in 064: died ^71. 



RUSSIA 



rVA'I^OSLAV, Prince of Kucsia, was cf a^e in 964 = 
and then i-elieved his r.otber of tne governraent ; 
T-.cdo v/ar against the Bulr,t'i^? ; in 968 the Potch- 
enegs with an iDTTiense amy "besieged Kief, v/hich 
Tras saved by a bold ruse: Svatoslav, returning, 
pursued th.e Petohei-^iogs and avenged himself upon 
then: nade his ca.pital on the lanube ; levied 
ti'ihute fi-oiri Ccnstantinoplo ; extonderi his era- 
jjire fi-om Thrace and ^.'acedonia - to the Baltic; 
"/as defeated by John Z-inuscec after several 
blocGv battles; retur'nin,r: through the Petcheneg 
teiri tory his army was attached and Svatoslav 
hilled; the Petchene,?; prince r-ur tooh his shull 
and had it fashioned into a drlnhinf, cup v/ith • 
the inscription in gold, - "He w'ro covets the 
wealth cf a.noth.er often loses his own"; thus 
perished the bi^ave, cunning and arr.bitious Ilor- 
i::an;'he v."as arile as a panther and cared only 
foi" the riot of v/ar; his arrr.^'^ marched vrithout 
barrare or Irajn; his meat v;as horseflesh half 
broiled en the coals: he slept in the open air, 
on thte bare rround, w ■ th a saddle for his pil- 
lov." and a horse blanhet for a mat tress; one v/ho 
sav; h-iiri after his defea.t has left us this por- 
trait of hin as he ca'-^.e to converse with the 
C-reeh er.peror, "He seemed to be of middle 
height and very robust; he had a broad chest, 
^ th.ic}- nech. , a flat nose, bushy eyebrows, 
long shaggy Trust aches, a thin beard; the h.air 
en his head was close shaven except one tuft, 
the r.arh cf his nobility: Yie vjore a single gold 
earring, ernar.ented with a ruby and t^vo pearls; 
his whole appeai'ance vras rough and glcoir.y and 
he v/as distinguished from the other Bus si an s 
only by the cleanness cf his white raiT.ent," 



R U 



S I A 



I 



VLADIMIR. ITLnce of Russi€i = 
v;aF chosen Prince of Novgo- 
rod; '.vhen hi 53 half-brother 
J arc poll' hilled hi^ or other 
Cleg Vladirair escaped to 
Morv.'a37 "but returned v:ith an 
arr.y and defeated JaroT;olh, 
hocQ-ir.f- raster of Fuqsia: 
captured Korsun, 0^-7; sent 
a proud r.eiz^care to the em- 
peror s Easil end Constantire 
deriandinr: the h.and of their 
sister Pr.na unless the3/ 
v; i s he G Const an t i n o p 1 e ei t - 
tacVed; they consented on 
condition of Vladimir's hai:.- 



tirr 


: th 


r^ •>-> (■-. 


u"jon F 


us 


sia was 


Chri 


Q * T p. 


T'l'lZ 


ed; VI 


ad 


imir he- 


c aT e 


Ico 


]-eo 


ui^on 


as 


a 


£-reat 


hero 


; he 


Z- 


ed in 


10 


15, 


. he 


v/as 


call 


€d 


Saint 


VI 


ad: 


rnir 


the 


Apos 


tie 


» 









JARCSLAV, Prince of Russia = 
or Grand Lv.V.e of Kus:-ta, was 
first Prince of Novc.orod, 
hut after tvrice defeatin^^ 



-r r-. ^ --, T ■* 



hn, 



vatoroii:, v;no naa usurpec 
he throne, he ruled over 



.11 of Fussi 



defeated the 



Pctcherers: his son's army 
V," r-. s c e f e a tec- h y t he G r e e '•' s ; 
fcunced t~re cathedi-al of 



;t. 



?Dr 



i'ovqorod; 



died in 10 54 and ■ v;a s hur i e d 



in St. Sophia in a sarcc- 
pha.ru s of v/hite and blue 
mar hie • 



ANNA of Constantinople 



IliCEGFRD of S^Yeden 



RUSSIA. 



I 

H.ii;Ky I., r.ing of rrance==-Al;KA of Russia 



Sec FR/J^CE. 



SAXONY . 



H/JirjEEICH, Kin^r^ of the Pavonc, B.C. 90, 
r 



ANSERICH, Klnc- of the Saxons in the year 0* 



I ~ 

UILKE I., Prince of the Saxons r= 
A.D. 8, died A.D.30. 

1 

SLVJITICI'Ol I., i>rince of the Saxons 
died A.r» 76 • 



i ~ 

SUARTICKE II., died A.D. 80. 



I 

SIG^VABh. lived A.D. 100, r== 

I ■ ' 

WITEKIND I,, Jived A.D. 106. 

\ 

V/ILI-Oi: II.. died A.D. 190.== 



I'ARBOD, beran to reign A.D. 190 
died A.D. S56. 



BODO, "began to reign A.D. ?56; died A.D. 500, ■ 



'.VITTE I., ber.an to reign A.D. 300 
died A.D. obO*^- 



I 

V/ITTE II. e began to reign A.D. 550. 
died A.D. 400. 



r 



WITIGISLAUS, began to reign A.D. 400 = 
died A.D. 454. I 

I ' 

KENGIST, K-ing of Kent in Britain = 
died A.D. 474 or 488. 



SAXONY . 



KARTWAKER, King of the Saxona 

I.- 
I 

HATTV/IGATE, "befran to reign ^.80: died 524. 



began to reirn 446: died 480 • 



KULDERIC, l:e,^an to reign 524 


, - I ^, ,j) x~ / r^ .... . 


\ a 1 e a 0-x u • 

\ 


I 

EODICUS, began to reign 540: 


A -^ r\A P C O 


i t; u V-- c '_ ' • j 


EERTHOLD, "began to reign 56P 




: Ci. 1 e Q r O u • ■-: — ^ 


1 




SIGhARDj-iuegan to reign 653: 


died 691, — ~^ 


1 

BIETERIC, "began to reign 691 


. ^■?,^>5 ry /» r\ 


. LI X t/' U /^ *-j. W • j 



r 

V/ER i-T I C};E , s e c end son:' 
"began to reign 758: 
died 768. 

I 

WITIKIND II,, THE GREAT^ 
last King and first Lv.V.e 
of the Saxons; died 807; 
opposed Charlen-.agne and 
was defeated "by hin af- 
tei' a "brave resistance. 



I 

V.'IGEERT, Duke of Saxony 
died 825. 



GSVA of DenmarK 



I 

BRUNO I.. luke cf Saxony, 
died 843. 



SANDACILLA 
of Friesland . 



r 



S V ANA , Countess 
of Montf ort . 



LUDOLPH THE GREAT = 
Luke of Saxony: | 
died 859. 



-JIED'VIGA of Friuli. 



I 

OTTO THE GHEA.T 
Duko of Saxony 
died 016^ , 



A X N Y . 



IIEDV/IGA of Ceririany 



I 

HENKY I., THE FOIVLEK- 
Ernpei'or of Germany: 
DukG of Saxonv, 916: 
died P3C. 



MATILDA of Ringelheim 



HUGH THE CHEAT, I>ake of Finance == HE DV.'IG A of Germany 



See FRANCE. 



GOTLAND 



CKiriAN, Abbot of Dun>eld 
after liis Gon's nurder 
and i n .'.■ a c"b a t h ' s r e i gn 
inr.tir^ated 5 



==B::AT]UCIi. of Scotland 



arci 



^;arl 



of northuTTiberland to take 
up the cause of '"alccln 
and Donal db ane , Dun can's 
sons; Macboth was driven 
fron the Scottish throne 
but" recovered it im.r^ediate- 
1 y after S 1 v: ar d ' s 7/ i t h - 
drav/al ; on Siv.-ard's second 
invasion, after a struggle 
of four years 3 ''acbeth was 



ifeat( 



:a ana si a: 



in 1057 



DUNCAH I., i'lnr; of Scots = 
murdei-ed in 1059/40 by 
Macbeth; in his rei rn the 
north and west of Scot- 
land wei'o conouere" "^-^ 



'J 

horfinn, and ":acbeth 

fortunes to 
a invader put 

eath. 



joining hi 
those of t 
Duncan to 



. , , sister of Siward 

Earl of Nor thuinbor land . 



I 

i'AIXGL:.' III., CAi:;!ORE, Ting of Scots 

1057-1003; a prince of valour and ta 
len; sheltered the Saxons whon 
Hor'-aans drove fror. :^n'land: si; 
battle against '.Vil-laan P.ufus , ] 
England, at Alnwick, :Tov . 13, 101^^3; 
under i'alcol'n the province acquired 
by Thorfinn, fell again under native 
rule; he was called "Saint Ealcolm** . 



the 

.in in 
'inf' of 



=SAINT MARCAKET 
of England. 



SCOTLAND 



SAINT DAVID, Kinz of Tcot- = 
1 12 4 - 1 1 5 ."^ ; 31 X til and y oung - 
est son; born about lOcO; 
married under the g special 
sanction of Kin^ Ilonry I.; 
aG3u~i:id tne -"arid on of Hunt- 
ingdon, and succeeded to the 
Scottish throne on the death 
of Alexander, his elder bro- 
ther, in 1124; invaded T'.nr- 
land; met by Kinr Stephen on 
the bord.er, and their differ- 
ences '.vers amicably adjusted; 
he was educated at the court 
of Henry I,, Kin^ of England; 
he espoused the cause of the 
Empress ':'aud: de^'eated at the 
battle of t-e Standard, 113^^; 
a patriot hing, greatly be- 
loved; founded splendid ab- 
beys of Holyrood, I'elrose, 
etc.; induced inany Ilornians to 
settle in Scotland; during 
his reign Scotland made v;on- 
derftil progress in civiliza- 
tion, v/e a 1 1 h and ftjrtility. 



-HAUD of Huntin,-^don 



GOTLAND 



IIENrJY,- Earl of I:untln(-don=: 
died 115'-^; on condition of 
G'.vearin.o; alle^if^nce to I'ing 
Ste.phon he had the earldom 
and honor of Huntingdon 
v/ith the horoup;h of Lancas- 
ter and Carlisle; in hir;h 
ci^t J nation with ]'.ing "Steph- 
en; he vvaFj greatly endeared 
to the nation by his vir- 
tues and courai^e , 



DAVID, Earl of Huntingdon 
ace o-r.pa n led VA ng' P. i ch ar d 
I, to th.e Kolv Land with 
""^00 

his fleet 



ouu men in his train, "but 
irncn his return 



be in:!; 



: a t L e r 3 d , hi s 1 o r d -: 



shiiD was made prisoner "by 
the Egyptians and eventu- 
ally redeemed "by- the Vene- 
tians: he died 121 9 : hiC i s 
one of t':ie chief personag- 
es in Scott's -'-Taiisman" : 
"beside the honors of Ep^rl 
of Huntingdon he held the 
Earldom of Car loch, at one 
time that of Lennox, and 
the lordship of- Strath^borie . 



ADELIi^E DE V/AI^REN 






ALAI^ licDCNALD, Lord of Callovray 



}'. un t i n r^d on . 



See McDCNAiD. 



SCOTLAND. 





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GAOLK/lL 


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la,:hfio 






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I'EBER G 


L\j'WLo:m^ 





S C T L A N D . 



I 

AGiIC!! PIOMM 



( 



I 

NEITUALLUS 



I 

I/iEADHAD 



I 

ALLODIUS 



1 

AIICADH 



\ 

LEAGHA- 



1 

BRATHAUS 



t 

BREOGHAN- 



BILII 



r 



r.ilLj.'iol lJo OI .z pp. i,n ," 

anc G G t o 2" of the 
Kinn;s of Ireland 
v/Ao v/ere called, the 
Milesians fron hi.-n; 
his Gon Hererion 
vras ti~:e first I'lng 
of Ireland, and his 
d e s c ondant Fergus 
^:or !'ac Earca the 
first Ein;^ of Scots. 



S C T L A N D\ 



i:i!'G }K^Rj":ON-"EOCHA 



A of Judaea 



■r~ ^ rrO 


IK LJr 


J. 


2 ■i'i.. 


[Dll 




ivx i;u 


i 


'KING 


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J. J iJ IjI ' 


AN.= 











KlilC T]Crr-.'\I 



( 

EATIBOTH: 



S::iOKClJlL = 
]:iKa PI 



^c}ia!;h labmktane 



KI:IG AO'-!GUS 



:-iAOIiI 



J 



KING KOTKZACKTA 



DEIN. 



!IG GIGHNA SAOGHLACll 



OLIOLI.A OLCi!AGTN = 



I 

t:ing giallchadh — 
( 

KING AQLNATN GLAS 



SCOTLAND. 



\ 

KING SlMZOi; Bk'CAC 



( 

KiiiG cona:: bog ag: 



A <"• T ' -.__ 



I 

KIIIG FIACHAI.H TOLGRACH r: 



I 

KING DUaCH II, 



J 



!"'j J U riJri 1 IJil J U i-i l-W'- -. J i^ :\ 1 






I ^ 

KING COBTAGK COEL BREAG 



I 

ME ID AGE 



L 



1 



KING JARAN GLEOFaATNAC}! 



r ~ 

KING CONLA CRUAIEK CEAEGi\CN 



I "^ 

KING OILIOLLA CAISPHIACEAC}- 



KING EOCHAIDn PIE^TLEATHAN 



KING AONGUS TUIK\'KEACG. 



.c-IJ A-'T? 



I 

KING EANDA AIGHEACK 



I 

LiVBHRA LUIR: 



I 

BLACTKUCHTA 



SCOTLAND. 



I 

Ar:A:,iHi:iN !^A'.:}:r:A 



J — 

POIGHNEIN RUAEH 



I 

PIKLCC-KA = 



I 

FIrJM 



Y.UX' E0CHAI1.H Fi^IDLIOCH, 



I 

fineamhiias 



i ' 

Kino LUGHAILH KlADnKIJiC 



I 

KIiIG CHIQ:,'HTIIA;! :iIA'";K::A'!, 



KING FP:A"RADACH FlOn FF:ACKTi'TUIGH 

J . - 

KING FIACKA V. r- 



{ ' 

KING TUATI^/iL TaACKT:';J^' 



I 

KING FKILIK IiKACKT:.:AP: 



I 

KING CO!IN"C":;Ai:CHATli;.CH 



r 



T'T "'T'^ A 



i Li \^ Jrdi 1 Jrili -J r r. li V 



I 

KIKG COR'IAC ULFADA 



KING CARBRE LIFFEACNAIR = 



SCOTLAND, 



I 

KINO FIACHA-PT^l'^ABTHUIUE 



KING MUIRi:/iDHAC}I-TI}^,KACH 



f 

KING ZOCKA XII . 



I 

KING III ALL TLL GKKAT 



I 

LOGAN == 

I 

KING ^'UIRyOALK 

r~ 

ERG or LAKCA" 



FLKGUS-KOLL-Li.G LAI^CA 



, 

KING long;j^: 



( 

KING CONHAr^ 



r 



KING AILAIIr: 



( 

I'ING EUGLNL IV 



KING DCNALL IV. 

( 

DONG, "J U). 



J 



r- 

KING ELGLNL V. 
J 



L^'l 



SCOTLAND 



KING tcugt:n7: vii., spondan 



KING ETFIIIUS, F'lEGlNA 
KING ACilAIUS, F^^rJGlISIA 



J King of Picts. 



ALPINE, King of Scotor 
slain in colcl "blood "by 
the Picts who set up 
his head on a polo; 
his son avenged the 
murder by destroying 
the nc.ticnal no/no . 

1 

KT^NNETH MAC /vLPINK, 1st King of Gcotl 
r^--ht -iustly 00 ter~:ed the 



.rst King o: 



;ea "Liio J. 

Scotland, heing thd 'first v/ho possessed 
such a territory as .had title to he 
termed a kingdom; in 836 he succeeded to 
the SCO 1 1 i sh/ throne , - and in 342 to that 
of the Picts, and /thenceforth the latter. 
ritition nerged in the for^ner; Kenneth v/as 
a v/arli]:e and vigorous prince, and 
reirned till "59, when at his death his 
brc-ther Donald nounted the throne; Ken- 
neth v/as very successful against, the Sax- 
ons; having reigned 1^ years in p.- ace af- 
ter his suh juration of the Picts, and 
composed a code of la.vs for the "better 
regulation of Viis people, he died at Fort 
Teviot in Perthshire . 



SCOTLAl^ID 



I 

CONSTAMTINE II.;, Kirr or rcoi.liind 
succeeded his uncle Donald in 863 
on the ^cottisr. throne and v/as 
slain in l:attie against the Danes 
in C'81; in his reirn Scotland v/as 
first invaded "by the Danes who 
landed on the coast of Fife, and 
though one of the arniies .vas de- 
feated hy Constantino near the 
\7ater of Levan, the hing was de- 
feated by tl'e other, taken pi^is- 
oner and beheaded at a place 
called the Devil ^s Cave. 



DOriALD IV., KiniT of Scotland- 
caii^.e to the throne in 9S9 or 
89o; he is styled the ^'Elo- 
Guent"bv the Gaelic hai-de; 
and lived till 900 or 904; 
he v/as slain in a Danish in- 
vasion; he marchsd against a 
body of marauders who had in- 
vaded and ravared the count- 
ies of hurrav and Ross. 



r 



;..: I., Kino of Scotland = 
came to the thrrne in 944; 
added to nis dominions Cum- 
borlana and ■Vestnoreland, for 
7/hich he didi h'obap:e' to hdm.und 
the hlder. Ding of England; 
he died in ?o3. 



S C T L A 11 D , 



->- -i. » 



, J^ln^^ of !:Cotln.r:d: 
did not Gucceod his father i;n- 
mediatolyj three kings inter- 
voninp; "before 'no caire to the 
throne in r^70 : he vvas C'on temp- 
orary with l'dr:ar of r^ngland, 
whoF.-o court he visited, and in 
hi;^ rei^n the hanes entered 
Scotland, and wci-e defeated at 
the famous "battle of Lone arty : 
Kenneth III. in 994 wa^ assasc'- 
inated throiirji the revenc^e of 
a lady of rank, r/hose son had 
"been executed "by hie ore^r^s; 
he comrienced his rei.'^n b3^ re- 
lieving the loT/er clar-ses froTn 
t'no exactions and oopre?^^:Gtons 
of the nohility which iiad "be- 
c OTTie i n t o 1 e r a"b 1 e : v; i th ou t s t a t - 
ing his reasons, he ordered th; 
barons to appear h>£'fore h.ir:. at 
Lanarlr, where he had provided 
an armed host to taV:e such of 
thein into custodj^ as he knew 
to "be notorious offenders, and 
on the charges being substant- 
iated,, they were coup. 'lied to 
make restitution, or \v;re pun- 
ished in proportion to the mag- 
nitude of their offenses. 



GOTLAND. 



\ 



:)f C'cotland 



ascended the throne in 1003; 
he v/ao an ahlcorinco and re- 

vigorously a^^ainst the hanes 
that thoy' respected his pov/er 
and that' of his successors, 
and in 10*^0 h-:- ohtained by 
s e G s i on. the r i or: d i s 1 1* i c t of* 
Lothian: ho resisted the- claiiri 
of Kthelrcd of hngiand to the 
Tax called Lanegolt, hut he 
agreed with Canute, that hi 3 
grand;;on Duncan should do •hom- 
age for Cunherland; he died in 
1035 hy the hand of an assass- 
in, at" the a':^e of ""0, having 
reiyned oO years: the last 
years of his i^eir^n '.vere stained 
v/ i th a V ar ice and o pT)r o s s i on . 

CRIIIA:: Ahhot of Dunheldr=BhaTRTCE of Scotland 



See SC0TLA!ID. 



S E N L I S ^ 



KUBKKT, Earl of Senli^^. 

WILLI/:,! L0NG-S7:0RD gPLCTA of Tenlis 

Lulre of Ilormandy. wto afterv/ards 

"became tbe wife 
of Asperlcn^'. 



See IVRY and IIOHT'IANDyC 



S E N L I S 



Si:.:ON DE FErTLIS = 
Earl of Huntinr- 
don and North- 
amp ton; a Morr:an; 
c ame t o Eng 1 aiid 
with V.'illiam the 
Conqueror; v/it- 
nssced a charter 
1100: died 1115. 



MAUi) of Huiitinrdon 



SAIER DE QUINCY 



1 

y-AUL LE SENLIS 



See QUINCY. 



S U E V I A . 



, F:ucvian Chief ==:*«.•. • cf Visigothi^ 



1 

GUNDEKIC, King of Burgi^ndy ■ of Suevia 



See BURGUNDY. 



S W A B I A r 



CHILLEBHAIID, lulze of SV7abia = 



CFARLr^VAGiTS, Kinpoi-or. 
of tbe v;est. 



.HILDECAHDE of ?wabia 
b o r-n ? 59; n nr r i e d 772; 
died 785. 



See PP.ANCE. 



S V/ A B I A^. 



CHILDl'I?Ri\]ID, Duke of Sv/al^ia =:=fSr;=±= 
(See Sv.'a"bia') I 

' 1 

tS/J.:b;^IT, Lord of Al-^.orf == ^';K:.:n;iITRijrK of ^•wo-bi 



See BAVARIA, 



S W E D E M 



= SIGRIIi TliE HAUGHTY. 
r:;ar r i e c'i s e c oncl 
Sv/e yn Fork'bG ard , 

King of* Denmark. 



KKIC THE YICTCK=: 
King of Sv/oden; 
"began to reign 
9G6; clai:r.od 
descent from 
I'.agniir Lodbrol:. 

I 

OLilF THE LAP KING, King of SwGder= 
first Christian King of Sv/e dent 
reigned from '993 to'l024; received 
his SL;rna.r,e frcTS the cir cur:- stance 
tliat he had i-eceived the homage -of 
his prinoci?. v;hile he v/as an infant 
in his Fiother ' s arrs : he einDi-aced 
Christianity and fcnnded a "bishop- 
ric at Ekara* 

J/a"iO?LAV, Grand Duke of Fussia -" — 



INCEGEKD of Sv7eGen 



See RUSSIA. 



T A I L L E F E 



WILLIA!' TAlLL?:P]:Er=r=rAKSI!II)J\ of Anjou 
Count of Toulouse 



RCBEIJT I., King of Frarce : COKSTANCi: CANDIDA 



See FRANCE. 



T A L V A S 



WILLI A:J TAI.VAS, Lord of B3les:T!e: 
cursed \7illiam the Concuorov 
when ;i habe . 



f 



RGGLR DL :,'OIITGOLLRY •■ 

companion of \Vi?_liam powerful , politic^ 

the Conqueror; Earl shrsvvd and fluent, 

of /Lj-'undol: Count but e::tr6iTieiy 

of Aiencon. cruel: dice: lOGJ?. 



See I:!0NTG0:.:LRY. 



* V 



T A L V A S <<- 



Earl of /irundel and 
Count of Alone on. 
(See MontgoTTicry ) 



ROBERT LZ BT^LESL'E, Earl of Shrews"bury. 



I 

WILLIAM LE TALVAS 

V;iL:.IAM LE :VALREN 
Earl of V/arren 
and Eurrey, 



ADELA LE TALVAS * 



See V/ARREN. 



THURINGIA. 



^TELl^ICLPHli?, Kins of Ti:i:rin£:ia ^= 

I 

CLODIO, Vlnz of Franl:j'==-BASIMA of Thuringia 



s©o fbance; 



T N E Y . 



FOHMOTER, T-ip 



-iz 



t}ie North 



I 



THOR THE GREAT 



^J 



IVAR, Jarl of the' Uplanders- 
an inde pendent Rr-ince of 
Norway; greatgrandfather of 
Rollo, 1st LvAie of ITorriancy. 



EYSTEN CU.lvy.Ay the Eloquent:^ 
I 



HALI^RICK or MALAHULC = 
acconpfi.niec ?uf? neph- 
ew Rollo in his ex- 
pe d i t i on to Fr an c e , 
and assisted in es- 
tablishing the power 
oi the Nor th nien in 
that country, in 
v:hich he received ex- 
tensive possessions, 
inciudlnr, the Lord- 
ship of Toeni . 



r 



HUGO, Sire 6e Calvaca^.n 



r 



a 



RALPH, Sire de Toeni by grant of his 
"brothe:-, Hugh, /iTChhishop of Rouen. 



T II E Y 



I 

RALPH DE TONEY=:.=:= 

I ' 

ROGER DS TO!IB:y===C-ODHILDA BORRELL 

hereditary 

Standard - 

Bearer of 

Normandy • 



V/ILLi;e,I PITZ-OSBERM 
Earl of Hereford; 
with V^illiani the 
Conqueror, 10o6« 



1 

^ADELINE DE TONEY 
died a fev; years 
before t'le Con- 
quest; "buried at 
the abbey of Lire,. 
N or in and V . 



See FITZ-OSBERN. 



V A L I S . 



P/\LPK III,, Co-ant of Cressy and Valois 
1:EREEKT IV.. 7th CO'int of Vernianaois = 



=:=..\LIX of 
Earsurau"be 

1 

■ADELAIDE of 

Valoic 



See VERMAITOOIS. 



V E R E^. 



ALPiIONSO, Covnt of C-hi.mes 



ALBEHIC DE VEI^S .B:-: ATP ICE of Eourbourg 



rounder of tne 
family in Eng- 
land; at the 
tii:»6 of the Con- 
eval Purvey of 
England he pos- 
j^essod several 
lordships in dif- 
fei-ent shires 
and i:ad his prin- 
c i rial r 6 s i dence 
at his castle at 
HedinghaTn. , in 
Essex"; finally 
asour^ed the cowl 
and died a noni: 
10S8; huriod in 
the Ch'j.rch of 
ColriG Priory, 
which he found- 
ed . 



V E R E "T 



ALBI-^PIC T3E VEKE — ADHLIZA DE CLAIiS 

cldost son: in- 



high favor with 
Yvinc; henry I . ; 
Lord high Chan- 
her lain of En£;- 
land; fhieriff in 
o S 1 e ph. rj n ; si a i n 
in a popular tu- 
mult at London, 
1140. 



HUCh EIGOD, Earl of riorfoll: -JULIAhNA DK VERE 



See EIGOD. 



V E R M A N D I S . 



CH/iRLEMAGNE, Emperor of the West 
(See PrcinceO 



HILDEGAl^^.DE 
of Swabia. 



PEPIN, Ein£ of Itely 
"born 776; died 810. 



BERNARL, ring of Italy 
813-817. 



PEPiK II •, Seigneur cle Peronne 
and Saint Qiientin . 



r 



HERBERT I., Count of Vermandois: Pilled 902 == 



r 

HERBERT II., 2nd Count of VerTnandci£= 
kept Charles the Simple for two years 
a prisoner in his castle of Peronne; 
reirned from 902 to P43. 



.HILDEBRANDE 
of France . 



I 

ALBERT I., 3rd Count of Vermandois^~=GEREERGA of 
ruled froTTi 943 to 98P . Lorraine. 



I 

HERBERT III., 4th Count of Verrnandois. 

ruled from 988 to 1000. 
1 



:ERMENGARDE 



OTTO, 6th Count of Verr.andoic 
second son; ruled 1010--1045. 



:PAVIE 



HERBERT lY,, 7 th Count: 
of Verir.andois . 



/iDSLAILE BE VALOIS 



HUGH v^AGiruS, Count of Vermandois 
Valois, Chaunont and Aniens: 
inherited his vrife's lands; he 
died in 1101, 



ABEL A , C oun t e s s 
of Ve r n and o i s ; 
resigned, 1116. 



See FRAIICE. 



V E R M A N D I S^. 



HKPBiiRT I., CoM!n of VGrnnndoic: hilled 90n . 
( r^e e Verr.ic.ndo i c') 



RCB^-kT, JXil:e of the I^YanVs 
crovn-ed 922: died 023. 



I 

rBEATRlGE Di-; VER:.\ANrOIS 



See FRANCE. 



V E R M A N D I S -r- 



III^KBKRT II*, Count of Vcrrr-ando: 
TQ-lmec. fror 902 till 04 3. 
(rue Vernandoi^') 



/JxNOLF I., Goi:rt of Fler.ce 



of France , 



1 

VERl-ANFOIS 



See FLANDERS. 



V E R I.l A N D I S 



HERBERT, Co\)nt of VerrnandoiG 
( Se e Ve r ; a.-mcio i :/ ) 



CH/J^;LES Pi-Vc of Lorraine =AGNES DE YERE/iNDOIS 



See Y/ARREN. 



VISIGOTHS. 



V;ALLTA, 'ling of Visiccths 



, Suevian Chief. 



of Visigoths 



See EUEVIA. 



W A E R • 



DREUX, Count of \cx1ti, Pontoise = 
Chauriont and Anions: firnt hus- 
band of Coda; con of Alice or 
Ad e 1 c J G aug] 1 1 e v of H e i -b e r t , 
Count of f.enlis, a jjcion of a 
younger tranch of the Counts 
of Vermandois . 

I 

RALPH STALLia^, Eerl of Hereford = 
must have held some cuhordinate 
government under Cyrth; ;vas in 
posrer.sion of his lands at the 
tiir.e of Edv/ard the Confessor's 
death, and v/as sudceeded in their^. 
"by his son: he rriust have died in 
the reign of r.arold* 



r 



RALPH EJ^ V'AER, Earl of Horfolk = 
Suffoll: and Car^ln-idgc ; hold the 
castles of V/ader and Eon t fort 
in Er i 1 1 an y , h i s n i other's c oun - 
try; in coTT.rriand of Breton men 
at the "battle of Hastings, as- 
sisting V'illiam the Conca'cror: 
revolted against 'Villiam; fled 
to Brittany: at length assumed 
the cr("'Ss and joined an expedi- 
tion to Jerusalem, against the 
Turks; died a great penitent. 



GOEA of England 
sister of Edward 
the Confessor. 



:-E:E-A FITZ-OSBERN 
"besieged by Wil- 
liam, the Conquer- 
or in the castle 
of Norwich: sur- 
rendered; exiled. 



V/ A E R . 



R/J.PI1 BE \:ay.r==^- 
Fa.vorite of 
Henry T., Kin^ 
of England. 



ROBERT DE BOSSU= 
2nd Earl cf Lei- 
cester, 



I 

AMICIA DE V;AER 



See BELLOuONT. 



:7ALP]RIEr 



SIR TII0!.;AS V;/>L^Rlr:==r:r=:. 

I — I 

WILLIAM Li: LEAUCKA^'F::=J0A1JL V/ALERIE 
died before 12D 1-1212. 



See BEAUCK/Jv:P. 



V/ A R H E N . 



CHARLES IJ., THE BAT.D^ 
King of Finance : 



\ 

LOUIS il., THE ?TA-^:,iEKER 

Iving of Prance; 
died 879. 



}:e1E.:EITTRUDE of Orlcanc 



/J3ELHEIDA of Flavigny 
sister of Wilfrid, 
Alj"b' o t of E 1 a V i g ny . 



r 



CHARLES III., THE SIErEE === 
King of France; died rE9. 



LOUIS IV., TEE teaese;xiee= 

V. i nf-- o f F r an c e : d i c 



XGIVA of England 



CEKBEECA of Germany 



CHAI^EES, I'UEc of Ecrrain^:^ 

I ~ 

CHARLEf^. liuke of Eorra'nG 



AGEES LE VEREAEDOIS 



WIGEKIUE, LuEe of Lcrraire: 



I 

BALERIC TKE TEETOn = 

1 

{ 

NICHOLAS IE BArCE/A'ILL 



r— 

WILIJA^' T/i'] i^/iRTEL' 
Earl of Earonne 



J 



f" 



WILLIAE EE EARKEENE = 
1st Earl cf V/arrenno 
and Surrey; came v;ith 
v;i Hi t^v: the Conquer or 
1066; died 1080.' 






■CUNLEED, daughter of 
Gerood the Fleriing. 



V; A R R E N 



/ 



I 

V;iLLIA^! EE \7AT:REIIi= 
2n6 Earl of 'JiavTer. 
and SviTVcy; clj ec; 
1130. 



ISABEL DE VER:vi.\il]X)IS 
v/idov; of Rcl)ei-t Oe 
Bellomont; died 1131. 



1 



HENRY, Earl of Huntingdcn ' AEELIEE DE '.V/iRREN 



See SCOTLMD. 



W A R R E B . 



^ — 



v;iLLiA!.! 1:11: ■v/j:!>i:!T==GUrn:R::D THE flki'iiig 

E ar 1 of. V.' ar r e n 



and Surro'/, 
(See V.ai-ren') 

ROGER LE MEo'BURGH = 
2nd Earl of V/arv/ic]c 



1 

GUNERi:i) DS WARREN 



See irEV,^URGH. 



y/ A R R E nV 



Earl of >7arren 



and ^.uvvey . 
(See V.'arrcnO 



V/ILLIA".! hZ ZI^iE:^ 
Earl of 'Vy-rren 
and Surrey. 






"1 



Earl of V/arren and 
Surrey . 



See PLA1ITAGE!;IET. 



ADDITIONAL. 

Names of v/omon included in t:ie foi-'ep;oing 
Gonealo^:ical Charts ^/hoC'S o,nce?;try has 
not "been traced, and v/hose fanilies there- 
fore do not appear in their re£;ular alpha- 
"betical order ^ are as follov/s: 

See 
AQUITAITi:!:, Itla of AUSTHASIA 

BARR, ...... NOKTQII 

3i\RS]JRAUI3Ej Alix of VALOIS 

BAS'CITICEOUKITE, ...... NORTON 

BAV;d^IA, Oda of - ' GERr,'MY 

30ESSY, Eve de , Ki\RCOURT 

BORRELL, Godhilda ' TONEY 

BRIGENEURG, Enerbor£:a de BSLLO':0!]T 

BRION, . de CLARE 

BURGUNDIA, Sphreta de " BELLOMONT 



ADDITIONAL. 



da].b:imcnts, .,..., 

DAmPP]^ D■^ COi/r!T, Joricia 
DEVON, Elfri-da of 
DuIlSTANVILLT], Alice do 
FLAYIGNY, Adelhoida of 
PURNIVAL, Berta ae 
HAYE ArEAKIE, Albreda dc^ 1; 
LAECASTAH, Adslii-a de 
LUXEABIA:G, Cunlr^undc of 
:^OiTTA!IOLlAlw JuditA de 
:.'0!ITFCRT, J-nrGllne de 
IiCMTFOHT, Si^a-na of 

li .'i V li^'ij , nU'^; i L riti 



NORTON ■ 
NOIITON 
EAGLAJ'ID 
BAH RET 

BIGOD 

EEELO],:ONT 

PEVAKEL 

GERIAANY 

AYERANCHS 

HARCOURT 

S/lXONY 

NORTON 

? GOTLAND^ 

0' TOOLE 

-ECOTLiLND 



ADDITIONAL. 

POITOU, Acl5lr:.ide of PI^AIICE 

SUCYIA, Ocla of FPAITCE 

SwABIA, Doda of FRAilCI^ 

TIIIJI^liIGIA, Bafina of K^AlICE 

VAL0I8, ..... .do ' NORTON 

VITRY, Nawi^e de FERRr:RS 

WI'STBUnO, Hildo£^arde of BILLING 



CL ATTICA I. P^LIGR 



T7- ■,- C 



i:ythologicaij 

THAriTTCIlAL 
■ LEGENDARY 



IIGTE: •- 

"The mother of Basil I., the I.^acedonian, 
Emperor of the East*', says Cibl^on in "The 
Decline and Fall of the Ponian Empire", "on 
the paternal side, v;as ploar-ed to count 
aiiiong her ancestors the great Constantino, 
and their royal infant v/as connected "by 
some iTark affinity of lineare or countrv 
with the Eacedonian Alexander." 



I . 



CliAOS, conrayod masr- of snapcloss ele-nents. 



CHAOS 
obovu 



Illcht 



I 

ERl'.BUS = 

I 

HElvIERA = 
Air 



r 



.ijyx 
above 
1 

AETriER 
Ether 



G/iEA. the Earth 



r 



UI^.ANUS = 
Heaven I 



GAEA 
ahovc 



— I 

RHEA, th^ Great Mother 



r — 

CRONUS, God of Time 

I — ^ 

ZEUS, the father of Gods and Ven= 

the great presiding deity of the 
Universe; dvvolt on Mount Olynpus . 

1 

HERCULES, one of the p^reatoGt heroes. 
of ancient Greece and Ronie ; lane; 
noted for his strength; preformer of 
the twelve labors of Hercules , 



.AI.C?.!ENE of 
I'ycenae 

==DEJANIRA 



HYLLUS, Kinn- of Argos 



r 



J 



CLE0DAP:U3, Kinp: of /o:t,oc = 

I ^ ' 

ABISTOI'ACHUS, Einc of Arcos: 

r 

TS:;ISNUS, King of Ai-gos- 



r 



I 



CSISUS, King of Argos: 

f~ 

••lEDON, King of Argos = 

I 

THESTIUS, -ang of .^rgos 



J 



I I . 



URAHUS (See I . ) r:r== Gii'^A (See I.) 

I ■ I 

OCEAIIUS, a Titan ===T?:THYS, a Titan 

— \ 



I 

INACP/JS. 

I\ing of 
Argos . 



.= ':i^LiA 

( or 

ARCIIIA) 



NILUS 



ZEUS (See I.) 



1 ~ 

EPAPHUo 



10 



L 



= ME:APKI; 



POSEIDON y God of the Sea 
son of Cronus and Hhea 



V >^ O ^y ± * / 



r 



LIBYA 



BELUS; Kinr" of pcypt ==ACHIRRHOE 



I 

AEGYPTUS 



1 

DAIIAUS 



I 

LYNCEPS 

I ~ 

ABAG = 






-^ OCALEA 



I 

ACPISiUS=rr: 
1 



LAIIAE 



ZEUS (See I.) = 

i ' 

PERSEUS, one of the greatest = 
heroes in Grecie.n nytho lorry: 
slew thzi Gorgon, ".edusa; res- 
cued Andromeda frori tl'ie dragon. 

I— ' 

ELEGTRYOil, King of : '.ycenae AI-IAXO 

I ' 

ZEUS ALC'ENE 



ANDROMEDA of the 
Ethiopians . 



See 1 . 



III. 



INACllU?', King of Ar^os 
(Sgg II.) 



r 



MELIA (or AP.CKIA) 



PIIORONEUS, Kin&- of Arrr,OB.-=^ 

^ 1 

ZEUS (See I .)===. NIOBE 

I ' 

PSLASGUS-==.MELIBOEA (or GYLLENE) 

I ' 

LYCAOH=r=^ 

I ' 

I.IAIITINEUS 



ABAS 



OC/xLEA 



See II. 



I V . 



BELUS, Ki.Jig Of Egvnt 
(See II.) 



ACKIRRIIOE 
(See II.) 



CEPHEUS, King of the Ethiopians = 



J 



PERSEUS, Grecian hero 



CASSIOPEA 



r 

ANDRO].!EDA 



See II. 



V . 



UKAIIUS (See J . )=== gaEA ( See 1.) 



I 

JAPETU? 



CLY::Aiir: 

one of the 
Cceanides 



I 

PPOIZETHEUr 



a Ti 


tan 


v/ho 


forr 


0. 


Hion 


of c 


lay 


and 


stol 


e f 


Ire 


fl-OI! 


he 


aven : 


h.e t 


aur 


ht 


r.anl: 


ind 


C* J. .L. 


the 


art 


s 


r 







ahove 



1 

EPIi^ETHEUG 
signifies 

AftCT" 

Thouf-ht, 
v/hile Fro- 
Tietheus 
means Pore- 
Tho\,i-]it . 



1 

rEUCALICM —=:= PYI^EIIA 



survive a 

the flooc 
on account 
of his 
Diet'.". 



survivec 

the 

flood 



"^V 



US (Gee I .) 



PROTCGENIA 



AETHLIUS, Ist.Eing of Eli 



CALYCi 



ENIjYMIC!: = 

the 

sleepin;'' 

I 

AETOEUS = 

I 

PLEUPON = 






FKCEOE 
XAIITEIPPE 



I^AEEOPA 
nade of 
clay "by 
Hephaei-jtus: 
Fiven life 
and all the 
praces hy 
the Cods'; 
opened the 
.jar of 
evils . 



V . 



ACKNOIx===S?ICA::-T}^ 



1 

PORTjIAON- -ILUrYT 

I 



I 

OENEUr = ALTHA:- A 

I ^ . 



KEHCULEs == rEj;.r:iPA 

the £-TeD.t~ 
est hc;ro 
of Grecian 
Tuvtholonv . 



lee I. 



V I • 



Di:UCALI01; (C^oe V.) PYFPIIA (Tee V.) 

I 

HELLEri==-ORGf:iC ' BEII.IACHUS^ 

. ' , 

AEOLUS =:^ e::;J'Ete 



AETHLIUE, Ist Einr of EliG C;j.YCE 



See V. 



VII. 



AEAS (Gee II.) 



r 



J 



OC/vLEA (Pee II.) 



FROKTUCj King of Arros 



■CTHENEBOEA 



EKDYI,:iOII 

the 

si coping 



I 

■IPHIAI-IACSA 



See V, 



VIII* 



Ci^CNUS (See 1 , ) ir=±=:KKEA (See I.) 

H 

'■/-t.'-iTO f C-z-.p I ^ — ., ■ . 1i".T) .\ 



1 

AKES:, God of :var 



I 

THESTIUS: 
I'i nr- of 
Aetolia . 

CENEUS = 



XKJOIU CT: , dcuetiter of 
Ar e n o r < !.n d I^ p i c £i s t e 
(See \.^) 



-"Ur:YTr:E:.-is 



1 



See V. 



I X . 



LADON 



L 



•^TY::pHALTr 



Aropur^ sen oT = 
Tetr.yr, (See II.) 
ZEUS (Pee I. ) =r^ 



A"GI::A 



I 

AEACU: 



i 



fT! V-' TV T" T f ■" 



J 



J 

ACHILLES ^= 
the hero 
of F.or.er' s 
Iliad: the 
invinci'ble ; 
slain 1:3' 
Paris . 

J 

keoptole:.:us 



•LEILArnA 
daur^hter 
of" Lycornedes, 
Pinr; of 

vGcyrcs . 



J 

L'OLor-sus: 



J 



= ANI;KCEACHE_, widow of Kec^or, 
-* the far^c^js warrior of Tro;t:, 

daughter of Eetion, I'rince 

of Thehe in P.ysia. 



NEOPTCLEEUS I., Ping of ET)iruG=^ 

I , 

PHILIP II., I'ing of ?'aceGon= GLYI'PIAS 



:ee I. 



X . 



OCEANU; 



( 

NEHEUS 



PELiaiS 



p. /iT? /> 



(Gee II.) (See I.) 



I 

I OR IS 



rKKTTC 



See IX. 



OCEAMU: 



TETHYS 



(See II J (See II.) 



X I . 



T''T?po VTTr' (etc.-, T T > 



ANI)HC!,!EDA (Tee II,) 



I 



I 

I 

ACHAEL'EITES 
I 



TEISFES, King of Anshan 



r 



CAEEYSKS, King of Anshan 



CYKUS, I'in{- of Anshi;n 



J 



TEISPES, YAnr of Anshan 



I 

.AKIA.EA].:NES 



I 

ARSAMES 

1 



HYSTASPEG, Srtrap of Pei sic 

1 

DAP I US I,, Kinr of Persia = 



.ATOSr.A of Persia 



J — . _ 

XEPXES I., Ping of Per si 
I — -— 



J 



•AEESTRin 



Al^TAXEPXES I., ECNCIEAIIUS, Kinr^ of Persia 



r 



DAPIUS II., EOTKUS or SYl'iU?,^ 
¥. i n g of Po r s i a : v/h o is ii e n - 
tioned in Xenorjhon's Anahasic . 

I 

ARTA>:EPyES II., I.:i:EEON, King of Persi; 

1 

iLRS'A}-:£S = 



•PARYSATIS 



FISYGA^.'Bi: 



1 



D/aUUS III., CODOEAENUE , King of Persia 



./j:,e>e\i:ler the great 

King of Eacedon. 



• STATIRA (or EAJvSir-EO 



See I. 



XII 



J 



TEIKPF- II., Kiv-r of Annhr.n (Pee XT . ) === 

, : ^ Z 1 

CYTIUS II. 5 Y.inr of ^mshan = 

r ■ " 

CAl^BYSES, Governoi' of Icrsi. 

I 

CYKUG THIC GkKAT== 
King of Persia 
and founder of 
tho Persian l:ing- 
doin; one of the" 
greatest con- 
querors of an- 
cient history. 



I^AIIPAITE of y.QdiFi 



:CASSAI:LANE, daughter of 
Itiarnas^peG, a descendant 
of Achaer.enes (Tee XI.) 



r/J^IUS le. King of Pcrei 



1 

ATOSSA 



See XI. 



XIII. 



PHK'AOP.Tl^S 



r 



J 



DT^ICCES, :;ii^^ of •■edla 



PliRAOPTEG, King of :;edia 



Cy/i>:.\R7-C, ring of ::edia 



( — 

AGTYAG:^S, King of :.' e 0.i a ===:-; Jm- HIS of Lydia 

( , 

CA::BYSES, Governor of Persisr==: 



-NDAIIE of -Icdia 



See XII. 



XIV. 



h:'RGuli:s (ree I . ) I^EJANIRA (see I.) 



I 

AGROK; 



J 






I 

CATn)A'jL::r 



J 



I 

GYCilS, Kinf- of Lvdia 

I 

ARLYS, Vlnp- of Lydia== 

I ' 

SALYATT^^S, Kinc; of Lyciia 

I ~ 

ALYATTKD, King of Lyciia = 



.riY^'SiA 



', o rp V •• ri-;" r' t.' 






;a: 



rARYEKIS of Lyd, 



See XIII. 



X V . 



AI^nAGIDEH, riilers of Parthia 
I 
I 

■— --"-1 

AJ^TABANUS or CKLIENES: 



I 

' I 

BASIL THE :.IACESO!i:;^I: ^EUDOCIA INGZriNA 

EnTjoror of the East. 



See Constantinople! 



XVI. 



CR I G PUS , br o Lher of CI aucl 1 us 1 1 . , 
Emperor of Rone . 



EUTKOPIU: 



r 



CLAUDIA 



FLAVIUS VAI^^RIUS = 
CONKTAIITIUS CHLORU^ 



r 



TAINT FLAVIA JULIA HELENA 
k n.o \'rci as S a i ii t E c 1 e n a . 



FLAVIUn VALERIUS AURELIUS. 
COnSTAMTINUS, Emperor of 
Rone, known as Constantino 
the Great; i n tr o du c e d 
Christianity into Rcm.s . 



FAUSTA FLAVIA 
I.IAXIIalAUA of Rome 






B^SIL THE MACERO:IV/J'I^ 



;ULOCIA lECERINA 



i'.mperor of t:ie Eas 



t. 



See CONSTANTINOPLE. 



XVII. 



IJIARCI]^ AURSLIUS VALICRTUS MA>:i:'IAmJS ===rEUTHOPIA 
EiTiDeror of -y^one . 



J 



FLAVIUS VAy;::RIUS AURELIIIC =^PAUSTA FLAVIA 
XONSTAIlTir^US, ]L::ip9ror of MAXi:.li;iNA of Rome. 

Home, l:nov/n in history as 
C C) n s i. an t i >ie 1 h e Gr e a t . 



See XVI. 



A U T 1- Ii I T T 



^ X P L A If A T I II . 



The xollcx:lr:[^ list ccritc.i?-s a complete lict 
of aui'icritioG for tlic foregoinr: pedigrcej:. As 
most or the "bookc mentioned a^e P.orcrcnce '.Vorks 
they will he found indexed, sc the pa£-es have 
not been piven, as that would add too r:'UCh to Uv. 
size of the hooh. With tvvo exceptions - The 
Ancestry of Queen Victoria, £,r.d Ccort^e's Genea- 
logical TahleS; - all the v/orhs enuriorated c^c 
to he found in the Ile'vherry hihrar^^, i\ence the 
pedi^rrees in this hooh can he verified without 
much trouble. This Question of authorities is 
an unpleasant feature in sor.e hool's , where th:e 
references are to :X?. or hcohs v;hich ar(; in- 
accessihlc to the public. Hence v/e trust that 
the sinplicity of this volunie will be an ad.- 
vantage to the average refjder. 



In conGuitinr the lonr list of i-eferences 
rAven, no'^c diGcrepc.nciei: \vill, of course, be 
o"bnTvec, ac^ i^: tV.e case; in all genealogical 
^vcrl:G. But tV^e coripilei' hsv^. "been careful in 
his choice of authorities; and w^ierever a cis- 
creponcy has "been found, t/^e evidence hac "been 
carefullp iveirhcd , rome difficulty riay he found 
in t]ie spellings, as no uniforrnty is found in 
ancien*. gei^calogical worh^ , 

It J3 to he hopec ti:at in the verification 
of the foregoing, nucli new c^jta of interest ray 
he ohtained which ivill add value to the v/orh. 



I,o::-^hard, xlls. 

cent. 10, i:hv. 



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C O O' O P' 



AUTHORITIES . 

ME'7 EUGLAMI} HISTORICAL Alir GEHEAEOGICli r-'V.CTrT:',K , 

CAIIL-E;: C^E'IEAEOGY (v. Norton), ?.ncl 

MOT^TCrPG IIII^TOl-I KS . G.Ei;E;d.'OGY. 

COOPER 

GREY 

HADSCOEE 

NORTON * 

BURKE'S ECEJ.'iANT AND EXTIECT PEERAGr:. 

/lBITOT maucuit 

BASSET McRON/JED 

EEAUCHA]-!P . MELLETIT 

BIGOD MERCIA 

BRAOSS ME S CHINES 

C/J.^VILLE MORSTON 

BENMAR}- MORTIMER 

BESPErlCER HEV/BURGH 

EVEREUX NOR?' AERY , 

FERRERS PEVEREL 

PITZ-HUGH PLAETACENET ' 

PITZ-JOHN , QUINCY 

' GRANTEMAISNEL SENLIS 

GREY TALVAS 

HANS LAPS VERE 

H/R.COURT oAER 

LENS v;alerie 

L0HGCHA],1P V;ARREN 



AUTHORITIES . 



EPcv,7;i:iG'p a::-:Ricang of pcyai: DaGCzi^t. 



BELLOi.IONT 

CL/JIE 

CLER!.:ONT 

ENGL/iI-JD 

FRANCE 

GRANTZHAIENEL 

KAIIIAULT 

MapMURRGUGK 



McDOlIj'iD 

MERCIA 

MESCHIMES 

QUINCY 

REI?,^S 

ROUCI 

VER-ANROIS 

V//J^REN 



BRC"7'I>IG'S i.:AGNA CliAIvTA BAROMr. 



BIGORj 

BOIIRBCURG 

CLARE 

FITZ-JOHN 

GIFF.ARD 



GRANTEL'AIPNEL 

MacMURROUGK 

MARSHAL 

QllINCY 

VERE 



HAI,I,»S HiiLL AECESTR^ 



CL/iRE 
CLERi;ONT 
FRANCE 
GERMAuNY 



HAINAULT 
REII-.iS 
ROUCI 
SCOTLMD 



AUTHORITIES . 



M^CIXF 



T « i- 



AliCjXTKY OF QU^:En VTCTGKIA. 



BAV/iRIA 

BAYEUX 

BELLAMSTED 

BILLING 

BRITTANY 

EURGO 

CLPJIE 

CROY 

DENI.^ARK 

ENGLiuNlJ 

FITZ-JOllN 

FLAi\LERS 

FRANCE 

FRANCGNIA 

FRIi<;GLAND 

FRIULI 

GERI.iANY 

GIFF/iRD 



HIS^BANIA 

ITALY 

LAON 

MacMURROUGH 

MARSHAL 

MERC I A 

MOSELLE 

NORMANDY 

NORV/AY 

ORLEANS 

RINGELHEIM 

SAXONY 

SCOTLAND 

SENLIS 

S'VABIA 

TKURINGIA 

VERMANDOIS 



BLANCHE 



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THE CONGEE 



HIS GCMFANIONS. 



A\a!:RANCHE 


LENS ' 


BEAUI.'ONT 


MONTGOMERY 


BELLCMONT . 


NORliANDY 


BLOIS 


PEVEREL 


FITZ-HAI':ON 


TALVAS 


FITZ-OSBERN 


TONEY 


GIROIE 


V/AER 


GRANTEMAISNEL 


V/ARREN 


Hx'iRCOURT 





AUTHORITIES . 



FPEEMAN'n: HISTCPY OF THE T'OR^'AN FEOF^LS. 

% ENGLAND IVHY 

FITZ-OSBERN NORMAIJDY 

FLEMING WAER 

FGGc^'s juiXEr OF e::gland. 

basset glajtville 

despencer grey 

riction/'hy of naticiiai. biograpky. 

bigod mercia 

LENI.IARK ■ 0' TOOLE 

ENGLiUID ■ SCOTLAND 

MacMURROUGH . . • 

UcLEAN'S HlPTOi-Y OF TRIGG I'lITOR. 

TONEY 

PINGSLEY'S HEPA-ViJID, 

MERCIA 



AUTHORITIES. 

AKGLC-fAXOlI CFPCITICLI::, BOim LIEK/J^Y. 

BERMICIA GAINI 

rEIILIARIv •' ■ MERC I A 

Ell GLAND 

HISTORY CP E;IGLA:TD, epoch SERiV.n, arxl 

GREEK'S HIGTCRY OF EliGLANR. ' 

ENGL/vIID 

NEW YORE G'-:N-AL0GIC;J. AMD BIGCRAEIilCAL RECORb, f^v 

« 

ANCESTRY OF ALEXANEER HA'ILTON. 

BELLOlviONT • MELLENT 

CONSTANTINOPLE RUSSIA 

GEORGE *S GE::E/iOCICAL TABLES. . 

CONSTANTINOPLE MCDONALD 

ENGLAND VALOIS 

FRMICE VERLU^JIDOIS 
LORRAINE 

ENCYCEOPAr:EIA BRITANNICA, and 

AEERIC/ai ENCYCLCFAEDIA. 

GERMANY - 
CENTURY DICTIONARY OF NAMES. 

SVJEDEN 



AUTHORITIES. 



KISTCKY 0? RUCSIA, HISTORY OF THE NATTOHS r;.RTE5^, 

I RUSSIA 

GIBBON'S HISTORY OF R0::E, 

CONSTMTIMOPLE 
THE PEERAGE OP FRAl^CE. : 



.■ LORvRAINE 
NORHAIIDY- 

EICHELET'S HISTORY OF }TIAHC~. 



V/lLOIS 
VERIAANDOIS 



AiNJOU FIjANRERS 

APOLLIi:/«JiIS KR/a:cE 

BURGUNDY TAILLEFER 

HISTORY OP PRAtTCE, EPOCH SERIES. 

AUSTRASIA 

BURGUNDY 

FRANCE 

JACOB'S PEERAGE OF ENGEAEE. 

FRANCE S^OCONY 

FRANCONIA THURIKGIA 



LAON 

ORLEANS 
VERMANDOIS 



AUTHORITIES . 



':-'ITH and IVACE'C r:CTIGr-/J^Y OF Ci:!:: IIVTlAi: BK'GI":A'HY 



APOLLTIJARIS 

BTERNICIA 

BURGUriDY 

DEIIMARi; 

FRANCE 



MOSELLE 
ROIv'E 
SUEVIA 
VISIGOTHS 



B/a^II'G-CGULL'S LIVES OF THE SAIETS 

FRANCE 
LgSACE'S CKPGNOLOCIC/J.. ATIAiS, anc 
SlkEAH.AI^y»S HISTORIC;J^ ATLAS. 



AUSTRASIA 
BAV/iRIA 
, FINANCE 
FRAKCCNIA 

.0' H;J^T'S IRISH PELIGREES. 

FRMCE 
FRANCONIA 

THE BIBLE. 

JUDAEA 



MOSELLE 
SV//iBIA 
THURINGIA 
VERI.IATJDOIS 



JUDAEA 
SCOTLAND 



A U T H R 1 T i: E S . 

BEHREN'S KAHTvBOOK OF MYTHOLOGY, 

J^i:iTK»S: riCTIOHAnY OF CLArSICi\L BTCGPAEHY, 

li/RPER'S CLASSICAL DICTIONAHY, 

CENTURY DICTION/JIY OF I^AM^S, 

LEiGiITON'S HISTORY OF ROI'E, ana 

GIEEOirs HISTORY OF ROIIS . 

MYTHOLOGICAL and LEGENDARY PEDIGREES 



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